Monsanto Knew of Glyphosate / Cancer Link 35 Years Ago

Oh Monsanto, can’t you find something else to make money with? The genie is out of the bottle now in terms of the world knowing that Roundup (Glyphosphate) is toxic and carcinogenic, for goodness’ sake. Global Research News reveals that you’ve known it for 35 years!

According to evidence unearthed from the archives of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) in the United States, it has been established that Monsanto was fully aware of the potential of glyphosate to cause cancer in mammals as long ago as 1981.

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Blister caused by Roundup (Glyphosate). Photo by Tael (CC)

 

Recently the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) issued a statement in which glyphosate (the main component of Roundup herbicide) was classified as “probably carcinogenic” to humans and as “sufficiently demonstrated” for genotoxicity in animals (1). This announcement of a change to toxicity class 2A was given vast coverage in the global media, causing Monsanto to move immediately into damage limitation mode.

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Serial Killers That Were Married in Prison

We all know that guy. He cheats on every woman he has gone out with. He lies to them. He steals from them. But he always has a girlfriend. No matter what he does, women are lining up to hang out with him. The more he cheats, lies and steals, the more women seem to dig him.

You aren’t like that. You try to be nice. When you have a girlfriend, you spend time with her, you listen to her, you buy her flowers. You don’t even know why, but you do. Someone once told you that women like it, so that’s what you do. And, yet, you are always alone.

Sometimes it seems like women really want to hang with the bad dudes. What is that about? Here you are making sure that her parents like you, and that you are responsible and loyal, and she doesn’t even care. All she wants to do is bang that guy that broke into that lady’s house around the corner.… Read the rest

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LSD & DNA – Francis Crick’s Psychedelic Origins of Life

Ever hear of Panspermia? It’s an idea from Nobel Prize winner Francis Crick. He outlined in his book ‘Life Itself: Its Origin and Nature‘ that given how complicated the DNA molecule is, it is wildly unlikely to have just swirled into existence here on earth. That it’s more likely to have been sent from an intelligent alien civilization than it is to have spontaneously occurred.

It wasn’t until later in his life when he admitted that what gave him the very idea of the DNA molecule’s shape resulted from taking LSD and entering a psychedelic altered state. It turned out that his vision from LSD trip was right — the DNA molecule was indeed a double helix. In this clip, which originally played during Alex Grey’s Entheovideo event in 2008, Graham Hancock gives the background and explains how we can now record vast quantities of data on DNA just as we do on hard drives.… Read the rest

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Adderall, Vyvanse and Concerta Go To Work

light blueWork performance anxiety is boosting the (illegal) use of ADHD drugs like Adderall, Vyvanse and Concerta by young professionals, reports the New York Times:

Fading fast at 11 p.m., Elizabeth texted her dealer and waited just 30 minutes for him to reach her third-floor New York apartment. She handed him a wad of twenties and fifties, received a tattered envelope of pills, and returned to her computer.

Her PowerPoint needed another four hours. Investors in her health-technology start-up wanted re-crunched numbers, a presentation begged for bullet points and emails from global developers would keep arriving well past midnight.

She gulped down one pill — pale orange, like baby aspirin — and then, reconsidering, took one of the pinks, too.

“O.K., now I can work,” Elizabeth exhaled. Several minutes later, she felt her brain snap to attention. She pushed her glasses up her nose and churned until 7 a.m. Only then did she sleep for 90 minutes, before arriving at her office at 9.

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The Allegory of the Dragon: A Disinformation FYI Compilation

delleallvsioniim00fabr_0095 Delle allusioni, imprese, et emblemi del Sig. Principio Fabricii da Teramo sopra la vita, opere, et attioni di Gregorio XIII pontefice massimo, libri VI : nei quali sotto l’allegoria del drago, arme del detto pontefice, si descriue anco la uera forma d’un principe Christiano…

Of allusions, businesses, et emblems of Mr Principle Fabricii from Teramo above life, works, et attioni Gregory XIII pontiff , books VI : where in the allegory of the dragon , arms of the pontiff said, is the Anco descriue uera form of a prince Christiano…

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Office Manager at Dental Practice Operated on Patients Behind the Dentist’s Back

Screen Shot 2015-04-18 at 1.49.32 PMAs if we all needed another reason to dread the dentist. An office manager at a Bronx dental practice, who is not a licensed dentist in New York or anywhere else, “inspected patients, diagnosed patients, took X-rays, injected patients with anesthetics, [and] even gave patients root canals.”

Via New York Daily News:

While the dentist was away, his office manager played one.

Valbona Yzeiraj, 45, was arrested Thursday on accusations of masquerading as a dentist at a Bronx dental office and charged in a 13-count indictment with pulling teeth and even performing root canals.

The paper-pusher who dubbed herself “Dr. Val” is not a licensed dentist in the state, or anywhere else in the nation. But that didn’t stop her from treating patients for cash.

“She inspected patients, she diagnosed patients, she took X-rays, she injected patients with anesthetics, she even gave patients root canals,” Bronx Assistant District Attorney Patrick McCadden said at Yzeiraj’s arraignment Thursday afternoon.

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Inside Shoreham Nuclear Power Station

Movie location scout Nick Carr has pulled off something of a coup by obtaining access to Long Island’s notorious decommissioned nuclear power station at Shoreham, NY. Here are just two of his amazing photos, surely destined to become an evil mastermind’s lair that 007 blows up at the end of a future Bond film. From Nick’s ScoutingNY site:

Photo: ScoutingNY

Photo: ScoutingNY

Photo: ScoutingNY

Photo: ScoutingNY

 

Way more at ScoutingNY.

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Oath Keepers, Miners and Bureau of Land Management Face Off in Oregon

Another Waco or Ruby Ridge in the making? The Federal Bureau of Land Management, Oath Keepers and a group of Oregon miners are facing off in Oregon, reports KRDV:

NEAR MERLIN, Ore. — A land dispute is creating tension between miners in Josephine County and the Bureau of Land Management. The owners of the mines say they are afraid their rights to due process will not be respected and have now called in reinforcements.

The Oath Keepers of Josephine County are gathering at a piece of property near Merlin. They’re in the process of setting up a staging area, in order to step in if they are needed by the Sugar Pine miners.

“Because we are constitutional group,” said Mary Emerick with Oath Keepers. “We defend the Constitution… And we are here just to make sure that they receive their Fifth Amendment rights which is due process.”

The owners called them in to help protect the property that they have mined for more than 100 years.

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An Odder Science

Laboratory specimens for Morgellons Research. Photo by Nicole Lupardus

Laboratory specimens for Morgellons Research. Photo by Nicole Lupardus

This article was originally published on This Land Press.

I pulled up behind Dr. Randy Wymore’s pickup right as he pulled up in front of Sidney Presley’s house.

“Sorry I don’t look like a journalist,” I apologized, explaining I’d smeared bike grease on the button-up I’d laid out for the evening.

“Oh, that’s okay,” Wymore half-laughed. “Do you think I look like a scientist?” In slim-fit denim jeans, a sleeve-rolled dress shirt, and pierced ears, the shaggy-headed doctor wasn’t advertising his occupation. “I’ve been growing my hair out for a while,” he said as we walked up the cobbled path. “I’m going as Woody Harrelson’s character from The Hunger Games this weekend.”

Tall, twisting, dark trees lined both sides of the walkway, their leaves the color of the ripe jack-o-lanterns dotting the neighborhood. The front door of the broad, two-story home opened just up the trail from us.… Read the rest

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