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Emmanuel Goldstein (George Orwell) Ignorance is Strength (1949)

Panarchy.org Note: Here is George Orwell at his best. This is Chapter I of The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism, to be read preferably after Chapter III (War is Peace) because it ends in a suspended way that allows … Continue reading

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The Innocent Cooking Mistake that Could Cause Cancer

Source: Mercola Experimental studies show that all thermolyzed (ultra-heated) proteins can promote colon cancer and so do thermolyzed carbohydrates and fried fat. Thermolyzed casein in particular has shown to cause the growth of aberrant crypt foci (ACF tumors) and colon … Continue reading

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Starvation Recipes help Greeks tighten belts

Source: The West It’s the ultimate belt-tightening handbook: No Meat? Push an eggplant through the grinder instead. Chew your food long enough for your stomach to feel full. And don’t forget to sweep crumbs off your table and into a … Continue reading

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How scientists taught monkeys the concept of money. Not long after, the first prostitute monkey appeared

Source: ZME Science You may have thought things like currency or money are concepts known solely to man. Some might have a sense of ownership, besides of course territory, but trading and the likes haven’t been observed in any other … Continue reading

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Herbs: Cloves (Syzygium Aromaticum)

The origins of the word clove comes from the Latin word “clavus”, meaning nail. Cloves (Syzygium Aromaticum) are natives to Indonesia and are mostly known for being warm and spicy but also have a strong relationship with pain relief, easing … Continue reading

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