5G Telecomm Radiation the Perfect Tool to Mass Modify Human Brain Waves

This article (5G Telecomm Radiation the Perfect Tool to Mass Modify Human Brain Waves) by Dr. Ellis Evans was originally published by WakingTimes.com. On 14 July 2016 the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) of the USA made space available in the radio spectrum for consumer devices to operate within the 25 GHz to 100 GHz of the electromagnetic spectrum. It went on to say: “The Commission has struck a balance between new wireless services, current and future fixed satellite service operations, and federal uses. The item adopts effective sharing schemes to ensure that diverse users – including federal and non-federal, satellite and terrestrial, and fixed and mobile – can co-exist and expand.” Nowhere in its document is mention made of consumer safety or well-being. I guess that is fair of the FCC because historically, it is not interested in matters of microwave radiation and consequent thermal and non-thermal effects on the population. Let’s […] Read More

“Better Than Paper Money”: 7 Things You Need To Have When the Economy Collapses

This article was written and originally published by Activist Post. Editor’s Comment: These are the basics you should have covered. Many of the widespread, system wide scenarios involve a financial system that is crippled or inoperable for a period of time (as seen in Greece). There, cash is much better than non-working digital payments and assets locked behind institutions you can’t access. But money won’t buy things if there is no commerce, no stores and no one to do business with. On the other hand, these supplies will not only keep you and yours going for quite a while when the SHTF, they will also make good barter items in the underground economy. These 7 Things Are Better Than Paper Money in the Bank When the Economy Collapses by Activist Post So you’ve done the hard work of getting your finances in order and now you’re looking to invest […] Read More

5 Technologies Primed to Revolutionize Our Planet

Our beautiful planet, Earth. A World in Turmoil and… Transition Our world is no stranger to change, but what we’re about to experience in the near-future may look quite a bit different from today. Currently, there is propaganda running around the clock to alter the public’s perception on what is true and what isn’t. A proper example: there is actually enough food produced to give 4.3 pounds to every single human being – daily. It goes far deeper than that, but I will remain fixated on the old, aging paradigm mentality we now find ourselves dominated by. One where the average person believes wholeheartedly that we will never achieve world peace, or harmony. They would also probably agree, that any attempt to end world-poverty, pollution, disease or the millions of other issues we’re facing, are fool-hearty at best. If you fall into this category, make it easy on yourself […] Read More

America Waiting to Explode: “If Supply Lines Go Down… Millions of FDA-Approved Drug Addicts Go Psycho”

How bad can things get? Preppers know the scenarios – any major crisis from economic breakdown, to civil unrest and riots, an EMP, natural disaster or plain out martial law can bring things to a halt with shocking quickness. And chaos is nearly always the end result. But this article examines just how far America has fallen into desperation. The closer that the nation spirals towards disintegration, the worse things seem to get. Between the extremely vulnerable economic system and looming financial crisis, the decline of American values and morality and the utter dependence of Americans upon centralized supply chains, the feds and corporations for everything, the United States population stands all-too-close to disaster. Sam Gerrans at RT says that America is a bomb waiting to explode: The United States is in decline. While not all major shocks to the system will be devastating, when the right one comes […] Read More

Why Is Bird Flu Hitting Millions of CAFO Birds but Sparing Backyard Flocks?

Editor’s Note: Bird flu is hitting an unprecedented number of CAFO lot chickens right now, but the situation is being reported in the mainstream media as a mystery. Why are backyard flocks escaping the virulent bird flu that’s wiping out millions of caged birds in biosecure metal buildings? Is it because birds raised in fresh air and sunshine are more capable of fighting off viruses? If that was true then why are the wild waterfowl: ducks and geese,  etc., catching the deadly flu? Or maybe they’re not. Something is just not adding up here… Could it be, as one commenter suggested below, intentional to make the price of meat and eggs skyrocket? The Midwest’s ongoing avian flu crisis is wreaking havoc on the region’s large-scale egg and turkey farms. Last week alone, the US Department of Agriculture confirmed that the virus had turned up in more than 20 additional facilities […] Read More

Strapped Americans Headed for “Civil Unrest and Riots,” With Poor Spending 60% on Bare Essentials

It is clear that the economic realities falling upon the masses in America are driving us towards a crisis point. Even with substantial government subsidies, the bottom 10% of Americans are beyond struggling, spending more than 60% of their meager incomes on the bare essentials. According to the latest official numbers, the poorest in the United States are spending 42% of their income on housing and another 17% on food, statistics that are unsustainable for individuals and families. The Wall Street Journal reported: For many Americans, the rise in food and housing prices is a tough squeeze. That’s because—even in an era with low overall inflation—low-income Americans spend a disproportionate share of their money on food and housing. New data from the Labor Department show the extent of the discrepancy. The bottom 10% of Americans, by income, devote 42% of their spending to housing and an additional 17% to […] Read More

The Chef of the Future Could Be a Robot

It sounds neat, but could have big-time human consequences. There was once a time when all dirty dishes needed to be cleaned by hand. Warm water, soap, scrubbing — all necessary. Then came the all-powerful dishwasher, a near necessity in American homes and food establishments. Small appliances like the microwave, toaster oven, blender and electric mixer have all made kitchen tasks unarguably easier, but with technology advancing at an unprecedent rapid rate, how long until inventions totally change the way we prepare food? IBM’s Watson, a robot who calls the East Village of Manhattan home, may not need food to survive, but this artificially intelligent machine is equipped to feed the masses. With Cognitive Cooking, the technology company has developed a food truck where a computer does the work. Chefs can say goodbye to occupational hazards like cuts and burns — programmming is the new cheffing with this technology. […] Read More

5 Horrific Ways People Mistreat Animals

The Humane Society wants to put an end to these cruel and barbaric practices. Consider these recent, gruesome headlines: In rural Alabama, police serving drug charges on Jerome Hughes found 65 emaciated dogs being used in “hog­-dog” fighting rings—a blood “sport” in which starving dogs are given a terrified, trapped hog to chase and tear apart for the entertainment of onlookers who place bets. In Western Nebraska, the New York Times uncovered grisly experiments being conducted on farm animals by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Meat Animal Research Center, most involving trying to make livestock animals produce unnaturally large litters or grow more rapidly so that factory farms can send them off to slaughter sooner. In Tuttle, Oklahoma and Natural Bridge, Virginia, investigations by the Humane Society of the United States uncovered severe cruelty toward baby tigers bred for photo shoots with paying customers, including video evidence of a […] Read More