Google’s Newest Creepy Invention: A Lie Detector Throat Tattoo

(Melissa Melton via The Daily Sheeple) Remember that one time when Google CEO Eric Schmidt said, “Google policy is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it”? Well, apparently Google has just filed a new patent for… Wait for it… An electronic lie detector throat tattoo. I wish I was just joking. Google subsidiary Motorola filed U.S. patent application #20130297301 for the nanotechnology entitled, “Coupling an Electronic Skin Tattoo to a Mobile Communication Device” on November 7, 2013. It begins: A system and method provides auxiliary voice input to a mobile communication device (MCD). The system … Continue reading Google’s Newest Creepy Invention: A Lie Detector Throat Tattoo

Earthquakes On Demand

David Icke | Excerpt from the book Remember Who You Are (David Icke Books, 2012) The Haiti earthquake in 2010. I am sure that HAARP was used to trigger the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010 in which more than 200,000 people died. American troops arrived in Haiti so fast to secure control of the airports that there is no way that they were not already on standby. The day before the earthquake, there were meetings at US Southern Command in Miami preparing for a scenario of providing relief to Haiti in the event of a hurricane. The next day … Continue reading Earthquakes On Demand

Nanoparticles in Tattoos May Cause Cancer

By Dr. Mercola I don’t know about you, but I’ve never gotten a tattoo and after reading this study I am glad I avoided them. If you’ve ever gotten a tattoo, or thought about it, chances are high that you weighed the artistic and social aspects of it far more than the health aspects. In fact, you may not even be aware that there is a health aspect to receiving a tattoo – other than the inherent risks of infection, allergic reaction or disease transmission if equipment is not properly sterilized. Research is increasingly showing, however, that there might be … Continue reading Nanoparticles in Tattoos May Cause Cancer

Neo-Bolshevik License to Kill and Destroy the Goyim

The Syrian rebels/terrorists as well as many observers are beginning to see that Assad will probably stay in power.[1] Had Assad been kicked out, the Syrian rebels/terrorists/extremists would almost certainly have ruled Syria with an iron fist. How do we know this? The British newspaper the Telegraph made it clear a few months ago that “nearly half the rebel fighters in Syria” are either jihadists or radical terrorists,[2] which means that the Zionist regime would have put a Frankensteinian monster in power in Syria. In fact, even though the holy trinity of neo-Bolshevism—the Israeli regime, the Zionists/neoconservatives/former Trotskyites in America, … Continue reading Neo-Bolshevik License to Kill and Destroy the Goyim

You Might Be Surprised Who Collects on the Tips You Leave at Restaurants

By law your tip is supposed to go to restaurant workers — often they don’t. I was asked during a recent interview what happens to the tips we leave in restaurants. Do they actually go to the workers? I said they’re supposed to. Often they don’t. First, tips don’t only go to servers. They are typically shared—with bussers, runners, bartenders, floor captains, and more. These workers receive varying percentages of total tips on top of the abysmally low minimum hourly wage they receive for tipped labor—$2.13 at the federal level, and between $2 and $4 in most states. These workers … Continue reading You Might Be Surprised Who Collects on the Tips You Leave at Restaurants

The Privatization of the World

Each day brings fresh revelations of aberrant human behavior on the part of the 1%, followed by on-line petitions, demonstrations and appeals to intelligence or good conscience. At some point, activists must come to the realization that their actions cannot bring meaningful results because the behaviors they wish to correct are not exceptions but part of an overarching new normal. Take for example the intensive lobbying on the part of American private prison companies to increase sentences for non-violent crimes. The privatization of activities that were hitherto the purview of government, or were regulated by government, or were at least … Continue reading The Privatization of the World

Top 10 Surprising Health Uses of Organic Lemons

In this video Stephanie Weeks of Our Wellness Revolution describes the top ten surprising uses of lemons for our personal health and well being. This video was shot on the organic lemon farm of Galt Gulch in Chile.   Continue reading Top 10 Surprising Health Uses of Organic Lemons

Cost of climate change adaptation could destabilise African countries, UN warns

One billion Africans may be in harm’s way if countries fail to prepare for projected temperature rises, says report Poor countries exit climate talks amid compensation row African countries are increasingly vulnerable to climate change and could struggle to feed and defend their people as temperatures rise, according to a major UN report. The cost of developing drought-resistant crops, providing early-warning systems for floods, droughts and fires, and building seawalls, dykes, and wave breaks will be vast, says the UN Environment Programme’s (UNEP) emissions gap report, launched this week at an African environment ministers’ meeting in Warsaw. It will cost … Continue reading Cost of climate change adaptation could destabilise African countries, UN warns

No country for good journalists?

What hope is there for a healthy democracy where journalists are forcibly silenced On Wednesday night, Hartosh Singh Bal, political editor of Open magazine announced on Twitter that he had been peremptorily handed a termination notice after he refused Rs 15 lakh to “move on quietly” (Is that the going rate for a journalist’s silence these days?). In another tweet he added that this was the culmination of futile efforts to convince him to leave “without fuss”, that it was imposed by owner Sanjiv Goenka (chairman of the $4.3 billion RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group, which owns Open Media) and that no … Continue reading No country for good journalists?

Federal police tapped in on MPs’ phone calls, Tony Negus admits

THE Australian Federal Police has admitted to monitoring the phone calls of federal politicians. AFP chief commissioner Tony Negus revealed in a Senate estimates hearing that the phone calls of up to four MPs had been examined. Under questioning by independent Senator Nick Xenophon, Mr Negus said the AFP had collected metadata on the unnamed MPs’ phone calls. Such data includes the date and time of calls and the phone numbers of both caller and receiver. The revelation comes as the government confronts rising anger in Indonesia over Australian eavesdropping on President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Mr Negus said the collection … Continue reading Federal police tapped in on MPs’ phone calls, Tony Negus admits