Countdown begins to prevent loss of thousands of footpaths and alleyways…..
Flu vaccine BOMBSHELL: 630% more “aerosolized flu virus particles” emitted by people who received flu shots… flu vaccines actually SPREAD the flu…..
The 7 best natural home remedies for your personal flu season pharmacy (recipes included)…..
Welcome to Nature Cures ® the leading global alphabetical natural health resource…..
Eliminate Google From Your Life…..
Bizarre and Frightening Accounts of Bigfoot Attacks…..
Mysterious Cases of Captured Bigfoot and Other Wild Men…..
Scientist Claims Story of ‘Humanzee’ Human-Chimp Hybrid Was True…..
Science Says That To Fight Ignorance, We Must Start By Admitting Our Own…..
Computers are getting better than humans at reading…..
The Potential Pitfalls of Electric Cars, in 5 Charts…..
Climate change risk to 28 historic sites in Scotland…..
Computers are getting better than humans at reading…..
The Great Los Angeles Air Raid Terrified Citizens—Even Though No Bombs Were Dropped…..
Archaeologists Are Only Just Beginning to Reveal the Secrets Hidden in These Ancient Manuscripts…..
Looking for the roots of Halloween in Ireland’s Boyne Valley…..
Neolithic Ritual Cave Site Discovered in Ireland…..
Reclaiming perception: Gary Hesletine…..
The Potential of Attention…..
The Lambton Wyrm…..
There are, and have been, many people over many years doing their best to make a difference by holding talks and other events.
A landgrab you can prevent:
Right-to-roam law means pre-1949 rights of way that are not on official maps must be recorded in next 10 years or will no longer be protecte.
Thousands of footpaths, alleys and bridleways across the UK face being lost forever within a decade under a clause in right-to-roam legislation, campaigners have warned.
From 1 January 2015, walkers, horseriders – and even those taking regular shortcuts to the shops in towns – will have 10 years to apply to save any rights of way that existed before 1949 but do not appear on official maps.
Countdown begins to prevent loss of thousands of footpaths and alleyways
A bombshell new scientific study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) finds that people who receive flu shots emit 630% more flu virus particles into the air, compared to non-vaccinated individuals. In effect, this finding documents evidence that flu vaccines spread the flu, and that so-called “herd immunity” is a medical hoax because “the herd” is actually transformed into carriers and spreaders of influenza.
Flu vaccine BOMBSHELL: 630% more “aerosolized flu virus particles” emitted by people who received flu shots… flu vaccines actually SPREAD the flu
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The idea of prescriptions and surgery as reasonable solutions to health conditions is ridiculous in the majority of cases, once you realize that the body can resolve many symptoms and health concerns naturally. Of course, this takes some know-how and experience, something few people have in a world dominated by pharmaceutical companies who are teaching the doctors who then pass on that “wisdom” to their patients.
So what if you were taught another way? A natural way that could help eliminate symptoms and actually get to the source of the issue? Some of the most reliable and proven ways to get better, without a trip to the germ-filled waiting room?
If this sounds good to you, cozy up to these seven suggestions and help bulletproof your health this winter.
The 7 best natural home remedies for your personal flu season pharmacy (recipes included)
Centuries before the first caveman appeared, viruses existed on earth. In their earliest forms, viruses were harmless messengers delivering hereditary information from newly developed life to its offspring in plants, fungi, protozoa, animals and eventually humans. As viruses evolved and adapted to environmental changes around them, they ceded their messenger roles to cells and took on a more sinister role of infecting genes. In fact, virus is the Latin word for poison.
A virus is a tiny infectious agent that can only replicate inside the cells of another organism. The virus particle is 100 times smaller than a single bacteria cell. The bacterial cell is more than 10 times smaller than a human cell and a human cell is 10 times smaller than the diameter of a single human hair. These tiny parasites enter cells and reproduce, potentially damaging or killing the cells along the way. Viruses may lead to mild to severe illnesses in humans, animals and plants. This may include flu or a cold to something more life threatening like HIV/AIDS.
Viruses by themselves are not alive. They cannot grow or multiply on their own and need to enter a human or animal cell and take over the cell to help them multiply. These viruses may also infect bacterial cells.
The virus particle or the virions attack the cell and take over its machinery to carry out their own life processes of multiplication and growth. An infected cell will produce viral particles instead of its usual products.
As one of the greatest monopolies that ever existed, Google poses a unique threat to anyone concerned about health, food, supplements and their ability to obtain truthful information about these and other issues
While not the sole threat to privacy, Google is one of the greatest. It catches every single thing you do online when using a Google-based feature, and builds powerful personality profiles of all users
Google’s data collection on users is said to be primarily for marketing purposes, but the profiles could just as easily be used for more nefarious and liberty-infringing purposes
Aside from monopolizing the internet, Google also has a strong presence in childhood education, health care and even the food industry, and is engaged in social engineering pursuits, as well as artificial intelligence and military applications
Monopolies like Google pose a serious threat to democracy and basic liberties. Take back control by boycotting Google-based services, including Gmail, Google search engines, Google Docs and Chrome
Eliminate Google From Your Life
One of the most well-known and widely discussed cryptids of all time are the mysterious hairy, ape-like giants of North America, which are variously called the Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Skunk Ape, Grassman, and other regional names. Seen all over the continent, they may differ in appearance or behavior, but one thing that is usually consistent is that for all of their size and strength they seem to be mostly peaceful and benevolent denizens of the forest, much more likely to run away or hide than to confront. Yet there have been many accounts from at least the 19th century all the way up to the present of a different side to these creatures, that of a fierce, ferocious beast fully willing and able to attack or even kill if it has to. Although not as common as reports of more benign or gentle Bigfoot, the accounts or violent or aggressive Bigfoot attacks are rather scary and shocking, and show that there is perhaps more to these enigmatic creatures than meets the eye.
Bizarre and Frightening Accounts of Bigfoot Attacks
All over the world there have long been stories of hairy “wild men.” They seem to be prevalent across geographical and cultural boundaries, and have gone by numerous names such as Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti, Yeren, Almasty, and many, many others. As pervasive as eyewitness accounts are, they have managed to elude us as far as any concrete evidence goes, although they have tantalized us with footprints, video footage, and other frustratingly vague circumstantial evidence. It is often said that the only way we will ever know for sure if any of these mysterious creatures exists is through a body or specimen, and this has been sort of the Holy Grail of cryptozoology. However, while capturing a hairy hominid of any type has not officially come to pass, there are actually a fair few accounts that claim to have done just such a thing, with these beasts not only being caught, but brought in alive. Here are some of the more curious of such tales.
Mysterious Cases of Captured Bigfoot and Other Wild Men
With the announcement of a successful monkey cloning experiment in China, it seems only natural that one of the most controversial and hotly contested past simian stories has risen again. We’re talking, of course, about the humanzee – the living offspring of some sort of human-chimpanzee sperm-egg union. Renowned biopsychologist Gordon G. Gallup announced in an interview this week that such a union was successful in the 1930s, conducted by a university professor of his whose word he respected and believed. Does he have any more evidence than that?
Scientist Claims Story of ‘Humanzee’ Human-Chimp Hybrid Was True
Science is not a philosophy or a spiritual path; it’s a way of behaving in the world.
But since tribalism and polarization have made “alternative facts” a reality of public life, there is something we can learn from science to help us navigate the troubled waters and find a more resilient civic life.
The lesson begins with understanding the right relationship not to knowing but to not knowing. To be blunt, if we want to fight ignorance, we must start with our own.
Science Says That To Fight Ignorance, We Must Start By Admitting Our Own
If we’re going to put the brakes on climate change, electric cars will be crucial. At least, that’s the general consensus: Get the heck out of that Hummer, and into something without an exhaust pipe. At least seven countries plan to ban the sale of cars with internal combustion engines sometime in the next few decades, and the specter of losing out on markets like the UK, France, and most of all China (the world’s biggest car buyer) has pushed the auto industry to mobilize.
The Potential Pitfalls of Electric Cars, in 5 Charts
Landmark Scottish castles and chapels are among 28 historic sites at “very high risk” from climate change, according to a new report.
A further 160 properties were found to be at “high risk” from flooding, coastal erosion and slope instability.
Climate change risk to 28 historic sites in Scotland
The robots are coming, and they can read.
Artificial intelligence programs built by Alibaba (BABA) and Microsoft (MSFT) have beaten humans on a Stanford University reading comprehension test.
“This is the first time that a machine has outperformed humans on such a test,” Alibaba said in a statement Monday.
The test was devised by artificial intelligence experts at Stanford to measure computers’ growing reading abilities. Alibaba’s software was the first to beat the human score.
Computers are getting better than humans at reading
A new year means it’s time for new calendars. And a North Carolina man has created some of the most unusual you’ll ever see.
In fact, they show scenes you once weren’t supposed to see — official CIA paintings of past spy missions.
CIA Calendar Art Offers A Glimpse Into The World Of Spies
his past Saturday, residents of Hawaii were alarmed as cell phones across the island state chimed with an early morning emergency alert. “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill,” the message read. With North Korea launching numerous missiles throughout 2017, and previously threatening to attack the U.S. territory of Guam, Hawaiian citizens—and countless tourists—were quick to assume the worst. For 38 minutes, chaos and panic reigned as people abandoned their cars on the highway to seek shelter before finally receiving word that the alert had been sent on accident.
As terrifying as the experience was for those on the archipelago, it’s not the first time an impending attack has turned out to be a false alarm. Take the Battle of Los Angeles, for instance. Never heard of it? That’s because nothing actually happened. Often relegated to a footnote in the history of World War II, the “battle” is a prime example of what can happen when the military and civilians expect an invasion at any moment.
The Great Los Angeles Air Raid Terrified Citizens—Even Though No Bombs Were Dropped
A project to scan documents found in the walls of a remote monastery is reshaping our view of the connections between East and West
Archaeologists Are Only Just Beginning to Reveal the Secrets Hidden in These Ancient Manuscripts
It is the night of October 31, and hundreds of people have gathered at the Hill of Ward, once known as Tlachtga, in County Meath, Ireland. [Shame it was the wrong date : Ed] Some wear robes and masks and carry torches and banners emblazoned with spiritual symbols. It is all part of a revival of the ancient Celtic festival called Samhain (pronounced “SAH-win”) that includes processions, chanting, and storytelling. “Let’s raise our voices together and call back Tlachtga from the mist of time,” proclaims Deborah Snowwolf Conlon, one of the festival’s organizers. It is a contemporary celebration repeated annually, of a piece with countless other seasonal celebrations across the world that have roots both modern and ancient. In this case, neither the choice of site nor date is incidental: The Hill of Ward was one of the main spiritual centers for the ancient Celts, and Samhain was first celebrated at the same time of year millennia ago. New archaeological work is looking closely at the history of the Hill of Ward, which until recently had been overlooked in Ireland’s archaeologically rich Boyne Valley. Researchers are hoping to discover how its use and value evolved over the centuries—along with the traditional rites and celebrations that eventually led to the modern festival of Halloween.
Looking for the roots of Halloween in Ireland’s Boyne Valley
COUNTY MAYO, IRELAND—The Journal reports that human remains discovered on Ben Gorm Mountain in 2016 have been dated to as early as 3600 B.C.
Neolithic Ritual Cave Site Discovered in Ireland
Can humans affect physical reality with their minds?
Like a frightened hedgehog curling into a ball, photons in light wave form may “collapse” into particles when subject to human attention, according to psychologist Dean Radin. He is chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) in Petaluma, California, founded by astronaut Edgar Mitchell to study consciousness.
Explaining this collapse of photons, Radin says nothing about hedgehogs, nor does he imply that light waves have feelings. He does say that experiments he conducted with his IONS colleagues suggest that we subtly affect the objects of our attention.
The Potential of Attention
There are more than twenty folktales from north-east England and Scotland that include the motif of a ‘wyrm’, a huge dragon-like, wingless serpent that terrorises neighbourhoods – sometimes for many years – before being eventually slain (motifs classified in the Aarne-Thompson folktale index as B188.8.131.52, B11.2.1, and B11.11). These wyrm folktales are not exclusive to this geographical area – one appears in Somerset as the Gurt Wyrm of Shervage Wood, and there are several German, Scandinavian and Irish examples. Indeed, Dale Drinnon demonstrates that this folkloric motif can be found worldwide, in both stories and in cryptozoological anecdotes. But there does seem to be a cluster of the story type in Northumberland, North Yorkshire, County Durham and the Scottish Borders. Two of the best known examples are the Linton Wyrm and the Sockburn Wyrm, beasts that hide by day but then emerge at night to scorch the land, eat livestock and occasionally people. In all cases a hero appears on the scene, and due to various ruses, is able to dispatch the wyrm, thus saving the people from further predation. These folktales are always set during the medieval period, but only transfer from oral tradition to literary sources from the 16th century onwards. One of the fullest renditions of this folktale type is that of the Lambton Wyrm, from County Durham, first recorded in 1785, but evidently drawing on a much earlier oral tradition, with the action set in the late 12th century.
The Lambton Wyrm