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Gut microbe transplants shown to improve autism in new study

Gut microbe transplants improve autism new study

Gut microbes have been a hot topic in research recently, as scientists have found altering them can improve symptoms in everything from Parkinson’s to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. And now, a new study has shown that fecal transplants can help improve behavior in children with autism. Scientists and researchers have long noted …

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Scientist that discovered GMO health hazards immediately fired, team dismantled

Arpad Pusztai GMO

Though it barely received any media attention at the time, a renowned British biochemist who back in 1998 exposed the shocking truth about how genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) cause organ damage, reproductive failure, digestive dysfunction, impaired immunity, and cancer, among many other conditions, was immediately fired from his job, and the …

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DRIP: the end of privacy in the UK

Big Brother spying

David Cameron cares about your safety. It’s all he ever thinks about. It’s his passion. He’s passionate about it. Every time David Cameron thinks about how safe he’d like to keep you, passion overcomes him and he has to have a lie down. With his eyes shut. A bit like …

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Watch man suffering from Parkinson’s disease transformed by marijuana

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As research and anecdotal evidence increasingly indicate cannabis has medical benefits, a new series of videos from a man suffering from Parkinson’s disease highlight just how vital the marijuana plant is. Larry Smith, a former police officer, began to suffer from the debilitating neurological disease twenty years ago. In 2011, filmmakers began documenting …

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Iran accuses U.S. of using weather weapons

Drought

On Monday Iran accused the United States and the West of using technology to wage a “soft war” against the Islamic country. Iran is experiencing its worst drought in 40 years. “I am suspicious about the drought in the southern part of the country,” said the head of Iran’s cultural …

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RFID chips soon to be in your socks

RFID chip in sock

Pushing war and world hunger to the back of the line, the next important issue that technology is tackling is mismatched and missing socks. A company called Blacksocks has developed what it’s claiming are the world’s first smart socks that make them virtually impossible to mismatch and incredibly easy to …

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Data that lasts forever is now possible

Quartz data plate

A woman holds up Japanese electronics giant Hitachi’s new quartz glass plate technology, which can be used to store data indefinitely, in Tokyo on September 24. The company on Monday unveiled a method of storing digital information on slivers of quartz glass that can endure extreme temperatures and hostile conditions …

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NATO airstrike kills 10 Afghan civilians, mostly women and children

NATO airstrike

Numerous women and children were among the 10 killed in a NATO airstrike in Afghanistan, AFP reported, citing Afghan officials. The air raid struck a Taliban hideout in a remote area of eastern Afghanistan, killing “five children, four women and a man,” Kunar provincial governor Sayed Fazulullah Wahidi told AFP. Three Taliban …

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NATO terrorists to target Syria’s civilian airports

Image: Aleppo International Airport (Wikipedia). With dozens of dedicated military airbases and airfields to choose from, NATO-backed terrorists have decided instead to target Syria’s two main civilian airports, not because of military or defensive objectives, but to terrorize Syria’s population, undermine the government politically, and paralyze civilian infrastructure. This unconscionable …

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US drone strikes declared a ‘war crime’ by judge

Obama drone strike

Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano has blasted President Obama over the revelations that a drone strike he sanctioned killed hostages being held prisoner by al Qaeda in Pakistan. The Libertarian pundit did not mince words, calling Obama’s actions “a war crime.” “I condemn, in words as strong …

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Snowden documents to be released in July to prevent a major war

Snowden bus

All of the National Security Agency files accessed by former contractor Edward Snowden could be published in the month of July if vaguely worded predictions tweeted this week from the digital library site Cryptome prove to be correct. A series of micro-messages published by the website — a portal for …

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RAID!! Cartel smashes silver back under $35

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The cartel understands TA and investor psychology as well as we do, and clearly understands the significance of a close today above $35 in silver.  The cartel just went on the offensive, erasing all of silver’s early gains, smashing the metal down a full dollar to $34.23! Source: http://www.silverdoctors.com/raid-cartel-smashes-silver-back-under-35/

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Proof: Liz Wahl’s resignation from RT was staged US propaganda

Liz Wahl propaganda

For her public act of protest against Russia Today’s coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukrainian territory and supposedly advancing the agenda of Vladimir Putin in Washington, D.C., previously unknown news anchor Liz Wahl has suddenly become one of the most famous unemployed people in America. After her on-air resignation …

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