Exposed: “Fitness Pictures” Are Fake!

Discover the truth about these inspiring photos BY JASON HELMES This story was originally published at AnymanFitness.com, the website of Jason Helmes, who is the author of this article and an online fitness coach.  I recently did something I have wanted to do for a very long time. I was nearing the end of a long cut and was the leanest I’ve been in a while. Related: How to Get Single-Digit Body Fat So, as a treat, I decided to get some “fitness pictures” taken by a professional. My photographer’s name was Stephanie Gagleard and she did excellent work. She … Continue reading Exposed: “Fitness Pictures” Are Fake!

Humans are ‘wickedly efficient super predators’: Man exploits animals far more than any other creature on Earth

Researcher in Canada have labelled humans ‘wickedly efficient’ super-predators. Humans hunt large carnivores such as bears, wolves and lions at nine times the rate at which these predatory animals kill each other in the wild. Chart shows human impact compared to other predators Humans exploit fish 14 times more aggressively than marine predators We also kill large carnivores at nine times the rate that they kill each other  Crucially, we brake rules by targeting adult prey and other carnivores Unsustainable behaviour will continue to alter ecology and evolutionary processes unless it is contrained By JACK MILLNER FOR MAILONLINE While news … Continue reading Humans are ‘wickedly efficient super predators’: Man exploits animals far more than any other creature on Earth

The Disturbing Relationship Between Sleep, Depression and Suicide

At least 3/4 of clinically depressed people struggle with sleep, and insomnia is a well-proven risk factor for suicide. By Theresa Fisher Original published by Van Winkle’s, a new website dedicated to smarter sleep & wakefulness, published by Casper. This past March, Graham Mitchell, a 48-year-old British psychiatric nurse, hanged himself in his garden. During the subsequent inquest, family members expressed surprise at Mitchell’s decision to commit suicide, as reported by the Macclesfield Express. They knew Mitchell’s mental health had deteriorated, as he’d become noticeably depressed in the wake of a few personal setbacks. During the weeks before his death, Mitchell’s … Continue reading The Disturbing Relationship Between Sleep, Depression and Suicide

Be A Proud Member Of The New World Order

by Abold Rev  [SPECIAL OFFER: A Bold Revelation is offering FREE t-shirts (designs below) to the first five disinfonauts to email them at allseeing@aboldrevelation.com] To the truly agnostic, A Bold Revelation, is just another t-shirt company. However, like so much of our fractaled world, ABR cannot be simply explained with one definition. A politically fashionable unit of the Great Brotherhood, who is currently offering entry into the most ancient of orders, through the mere purchase of an article of clothing. Swank black Ts, with the ever-popular Eye of Providence logo, and bold white lettering letting the world know where you stand. Let it … Continue reading Be A Proud Member Of The New World Order

German Library Burns Books That Aren’t Politically

by Joshua Krause Most people like to believe that the West is some grand refuge of freedom and liberal democracy, and that any of the terrible things we’ve done, are all in the past. This belief especially applies to issues like censorship. The public tends to think that restricting free speech is something that prudish or narrow-minded conservatives did during the McCarthy era, or perhaps they’re reminded of the book burnings of Nazi Germany. However, censorship is still alive and well today, it just goes by a different name: Political Correctness. Kurt Nimmo of Infowars.com recently reported on a translated … Continue reading German Library Burns Books That Aren’t Politically

What Ingredients are in Your Beer?

by Waking Times Video – The reason that beer companies in the US don’t disclose ingredients is simple: they don’t have to. “Ingredient labeling on food products and non-alcoholic beverages is required by the Food and Drug Administration. But a whole other federal agency regulates beer, and not very well. The Department of Treasury – the same folks who collect your taxes – oversees alcoholic beverages. That probably explains why we know more about what’s in a can of Coke than a can of Bud. You can also thank the alcohol industry, which has lobbied for years against efforts to require … Continue reading What Ingredients are in Your Beer?