Photo by Jean Gaumy/Magnum The truth about health or personal relationships can entail pain and regret. Is it sometimes better to stay in the dark? by Jess Whittlestone (Jess Whittlestone is a PhD student in behavioural science at Warwick Business School in Oxford. Her work has been published in Voxand Quartz, among others.) In 2006 in California, Anne Wojcicki co-founded the personal genetics company 23andMe, with the mission of ‘helping people access, understand and benefit from the human genome’. For around $100 and a saliva sample, anyone can receive detailed information about their ancestry. If you live in the UK, … Continue reading When the truth hurts
written and produced by Scott Teeters, Host of Far Out Radio. Transcript of Video: Hi, this is Scott Teeters, host and producer of Far Out Radio and I’m here today to talk about the Expansion and Contraction of Time. “Time” is something that people have been talking about, probably for a “long time.” Now that I’m into my sixth decade of living, I can honestly say that I can’t ever recall a time when I ever heard someone say, “You know, there’s PLENTY of time!” No, people have probably always been complaining that they don’t have enough time – even … Continue reading How To Expand And Contract Time-Inspirational Video by By K. Scott Teeters
by: David Gutierrez, (NaturalNews) Did you know that Kellogg’s Corn Flakes were originally meant to suppress sexual desire in people who ate them? That was the intention of corn flakes inventor John Harvey Kellogg, who believed that sex was unhealthy for the body as well as the soul. In order to spread his libido-suppressing invention to the masses, he partnered with his brother, businessman Will Kellogg. Unfortunately for John, however, Will decided to add sugar to corn flakes in order to make them more appetizing. This decision outraged John and led to a decades-long feud between the brothers. It was … Continue reading Kellogg’s Corn Flakes were invented to stop sexual behavior; thanks to GMOs, they’re now doing just that!
By Kip Louder It is easy to statistically measure the effects of bad nutritional consumption, knowing one out of three children in the U.S. are considered overweight or obese. But how do we calculate the effects of an unhealthy diet of the mind? How do we measure mental nutrition? Today it is very popular for people to focus on the importance of what children eat and how nutrition is important for the proper development of their bodies. The effects of junk food are substantial in a child’s life. Yet not enough attention is directed toward what is being fed to … Continue reading Generation Nonsense: Over-Entertained, Under-Educated, And Distracted
by Ian Greenhalgh, Britain with Jeff Smith, USA This was no chemical fire, this was China’s 9-11. Two weeks ago a devastating explosion took place in the port city of Tianjin, China. Official reports claimed a chemical storage facility had caught fire and exploded. Mobile phone footage taken by residents showed an enormous blast and fireball. Within days, aerial photos revealed the stunning extent of the damage. A steaming black crater marks ground zero, while the apocalyptic surrounding landscape is charred and flattened. Rows of burnt-out cars and twisted shipping containers stretch into the distance on all sides. The … Continue reading Confirmation – Tianjin was nuked
by Marcie Gainer Banksy has just released an official trailer for his newest exhibit, Dismaland. The anti-theme park, located in Somerset, England, will only be open for five weeks, closing on September 27, 2015. h/t Laughing Squid. http://disinfo.com/2015/08/banksy-releases-promo-video-for-dismaland/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+disinfo%2FoMPh+%28Disinformation%29 Continue reading Banksy Releases Promo Video for Dismaland
by Joshua Krause For most people, the stock market is an mysterious force that they will never understand. It might as well be a glittering slot machine as far as they’re concerned. They don’t know how it really works on the inside, all they understand is that the machine is known to pay out big from time to time. Of course, that doesn’t discourage them from trying their hand at the casino anyway. When the average person wants to place their bets on the stock market, they turn to the experts. They go to the hedge funds and hand them … Continue reading Why Hedge Funds Are Such a Colossal Waste of Money
By Catherine J. Frompovich Are you an OTC drug junkie? Frankly, most folks today are because they are dealing with some sort of ailment or even a chronic condition. Do you think because you can purchase OTC drugs in pharmacies that they don’t cause harm to your body? Well, maybe trusting healthcare consumers need to think twice before picking up another OTC pharmaceutical. There’s a classification of drugs called anticholinergics, which included numerous OTC products such as antihistamines, antidepressants, and even bladder control drugs. Anticholinergics include bronchodilators. They also affect senior citizens, which may not be a well-known side effect: “In … Continue reading What Are Over-The-Counter Drugs Doing To Your Brain?
by Waking Times Video – It’s common knowledge that smartphones emit radiation, even though the argument continues regarding just how dangerous this radiation is to the human body. The SAR metric – Specific Absobtion Rate – is the rate at which radiation from a phone is absorbed into the body. The maximum allowed by the US FCC is 1.6 watts per kilogram of flesh. So which phones are closest to meeting this maximum legal radiation level? Below you’ll find which phones give off the highest radiation and how some of the newest phones stack up. You can also look up your phone … Continue reading Which Smartphones are Closest to the Maximum Legal Radiation Level?
SOURCE: BRIAN WHITNEY Kaczynski after his capture in 1996. The Unabomber, known as Ted Kaczynski, was not a fan of technology. To expose the world to his anti-technology philosophy, from the years 1978 to 1995, Kaczynski sent 16 bombs to universities and airlines, killing three people and injuring 23, before he was eventually caught and sent to prison. He remains there today. At one time, he was possibly the most famous criminal in the world. He said of technology’s role: The system does not and cannot exist to satisfy human needs. Instead, it is human behavior that has to be … Continue reading CATCHING UP WITH THE UNABOMBER. WHEN DOES THE END JUSTIFY THE MEANS?