From the UK, this short video interview outside of a court should leave little doubt that the legal system's around the world serve one purpose - and its not the people.
British Columbia, an area of intensive natural-gas production through hydraulic fracturing (fracking) was the centre of a 2016 study, where scientists measured pregnant women's exposure to environmental contaminants. The Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology last week revealed the findings of the 2016 pilot study. It clearly showed that (regardless of what our governments have told [...]
Hearables will constantly and silently assess and anticipate our needs and state of mind while helping us cope with the world around us. Personal gadgets known as “hearables,” which communicate with the neural signals passing through our ears in order to monitor and interact with our brains, will be available to all in the very [...]
This documentary is probably one of the best and the most important 5G documentary's out there. Having spent hours upon end reviewing papers, watching videos and researching on the effects of 5G on humans, Packed full of scientific data from leading experts, 5G is going to effect every living thing on earth and not in [...]
A rigorous analysis of the effects of LSD on people’s moods and productivity, claims that a tiny daily dose of LSD actually fights depression, improves focus and reduces stress. The research shows that in spite — or perhaps because — of all the hype, there’s a lot that we don’t know or incorrectly assume about microdosing, and [...]
There’s certainly no Harvard-approved medical recommendation to smoke weed as a fertility treatment but this study, at least, suggests that a little marijuana doesn’t hurt. Researchers at Harvard University have found evidence that marijuana, which was once demonised for causing negative effects on male fertilityas, is actually associated with higher sperm counts. The finding contradicts [...]
Antibiotic-Resistant Genes (ARGs) - Worldwide spread of blaNDM-1 and other MDR genes is a growing concern because they often target "last resort" classes of antibiotics, including Carbapenems. ARGs that were first detected in urban India have been found 8,000 miles away in one of the last 'pristine' places on earth, a new study by Newcastle [...]