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Did You Have ANY Idea this Happens at Fast Food Restaurants You Eat At?

Dr. Mercola mercola.com Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at fast food restaurants?  Fast-food insiders (i.e. former employees) reveal a slew of nasty secrets that may make you think twice about ever eating in one of these restaurants … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Dangerous Idea – Body and Soul

In the first episode of the three-part series, Andrew Marr explores how Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection has taken on a life of its own far beyond the world of science. He argues that Darwin’s theory has transformed … Continue reading

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Obese Kids as Bright as Thinner Peers

Science Daily Obesity is not to blame for poor educational performance, according to early findings from research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). In a study that combines statistical methods with genetic information, researchers dispel the false … Continue reading

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Japanese Anesthesiologist Completely Faked 172 Papers

Fujii Fakery Australian Popular Science Scientific papers are faked sometimes. That’s obviously dangerous, especially when the researcher works for the pharmaceutical industry or has a clear agenda. But we’ve never seen anything quite like this: a Japanese anesthesiologist named Yoshitaka … Continue reading

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Laws restricting nonviolent activity are acts of aggression

J.G. Vibes activistpost.com There is this idea in our society that has been bred into us through the media, government schools and culture, where law must line up perfectly with traditions and social convention. If something is frowned upon or … Continue reading

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‘Barcode everyone at birth’

BBC News Each week a global thinker from the worlds of philosophy, science, psychology or the arts is given a minute to put forward a radical, inspiring or controversial idea – no matter how improbable – that they believe would … Continue reading

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The Last Word on Independence

James Corbett Corbett Report In the course of human events, nothing has been more dangerous to the ruling elite than the concept of human liberty. Not the documents that have encapsulated that idea or charted its development, not the Magna … Continue reading

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‘We don’t know why DHS needs 750mn rounds of deadly ammo’

Press TV Dave Lindorff who is an author and an investigative journalist spoke to Press TV’s U.S. Desk on Tuesday about this purchase and said, “We have the right to know they bought the stuff but we don’t really know … Continue reading

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Heroin vaccine won’t ‘cure’ what ails addicts

Angela Garcia LA Times My aunt Marion is in the hospital dying of liver and kidney failure, the result of her 20-year struggle with heroin use. I was told of her imminent death the same day news broke about a … Continue reading

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Monkey See, Monkey Do. Monkey Read?

Erin Loury Science Now Monkeys banging on typewriters might never reproduce the works of Shakespeare, but they may be closer to reading Hamlet than we thought. Scientists have trained baboons to distinguish English words from similar-looking nonsense words by recognizing … Continue reading

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