Fukushima in New York? This Nuclear Plant Has Regulators Nervous.

Image edited by Web Investigator A new documentary explores the fight around Indian Point Energy Center in the wake of Japan’s 2011 nuclear disaster. By Andrew Lapin Could what happened in Fukushima happen 35 miles (56 kilometers) north of New York City? That’s what many activists and former nuclear regulators fear for the Indian Point Energy Center, a nuclear power plant that has operated in Westchester County for more than four decades. The plant provides a good chunk of the energy needs for the surrounding area, but it has come under fire in recent years for safety and environmental concerns, … Continue reading Fukushima in New York? This Nuclear Plant Has Regulators Nervous.

Study shows body fat is a safe haven for cancer cells; reducing excess fat can help beat the disease

 by: Daniel Barker (NaturalNews) Obese cancer patients typically fare worse than their leaner counterparts, and a new study may shed light on the reason why. A team of researchers from the University of Colorado Cancer Center who studied the behavior of leukemia stem cells in mice found that the cells had the ability to “hide” in fatty tissue and could even transform the surrounding tissue in ways that made it act as a defense against chemotherapy. Fatty tissue is a ‘robber’s cave’ for leukemia stem cells The fatty tissue used by the leukemia stem cells has been likened to a … Continue reading Study shows body fat is a safe haven for cancer cells; reducing excess fat can help beat the disease

Could YOU escape a killer riptide? Experts explain how to ‘break the grip of the rip’ after two died when they were caught in strong currents off British coasts last week

Leszek Puchala, 52, drowned in Sea Palling,  Great Yarmouth, last week Next day, Gustavo Silva Da Cruz, 19, drowned at Camber Sands, Essex RNLI has now launched ‘break the grip of the rip’ education campaign Explains people should not fight the current but tread water and wait   By JAMES DUNN FOR MAILONLINE Officials are attempting to teach people how to escape a riptide after the dangerous currents caused two deaths last week. Leszek Puchala, 52, drowned as he swam off the coast of Sea Palling, just north of Great Yarmouth, last Saturday while on holiday from Poland to visit his son. … Continue reading Could YOU escape a killer riptide? Experts explain how to ‘break the grip of the rip’ after two died when they were caught in strong currents off British coasts last week

Holy Serpent of the Khazarian Mafia

Judaism’s Kabbala explains that the Holy Serpent is the one who shall uplift the Jewish nation to godhood. …by Jonas E. Alexis and Texe Marrs Texe Marrs was assistant professor of aerospace studies, teaching American defense policy, strategic weapons systems, and related subjects at the University of Texas at Austin for five years. He has also taught international affairs, political science, and psychology for two other universities. A graduate from Park College, Kansas City, Missouri, he earned his Master’s degree at North Carolina State University. As a career USAF officer (now retired), Marrs commanded communications-electronics and engineering units. He holds … Continue reading Holy Serpent of the Khazarian Mafia

What Can Discrimination Explain?

image edited by Web Investigator By Walter E. Williams | A guiding principle for physicians is primum non nocere, the Latin expression for “first, do no harm.” In order not to do harm, whether it’s with medicine or with public policy, the first order of business is accurate diagnostics. Racial discrimination is seen as the cause of many problems of black Americans. No one argues that racial discrimination does not exist or does not have effects. The relevant question, as far as policy and resource allocation are concerned, is: How much of what we see is caused by current racial … Continue reading What Can Discrimination Explain?

Defining “Sexual Perversion”

( Young women want power and permission to be promiscuous.)   We have forgotten that a woman’s vagina is not an amusement park ride. Sexual intercourse is the reproductive act. We can measure sexual perversion  by the distance sex is from the context  of courtship and marriage. What is Perversion? (Significantly revised from Dec. 11, 2013) by Henry Makow Ph.D. In a world controlled by a satanic cult that encourages every urge, the meaning of “perversion” has been obscured. Perversion is anything that deviates from healthy and natural. The word “perverse” is synonymous with “sick.” Reality (as opposed to social reality) is governed by an … Continue reading Defining “Sexual Perversion”

Become Yourself and Save the World

The People’s Climate March in New York City, September 2014 | Photo by Joe Brusky http://tricy.cl/2aklEZV A climate change panel inspires introspection, connection, and spiritual activism. By Lauren Krauze   Teachings on The Middle Way encourage practitioners to avoid extremes. When it comes to the environment, it seems clear that core climate change issues stem from our excessive indulgence in the earth’s resources. On the other hand, our society doesn’t seem set up for (or interested in) total deprivation. So how can we all live healthy and comfortable lives while protecting and caring for the earth? This was one of … Continue reading Become Yourself and Save the World