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Scientists, funded by Crypto, using blockchain to stop Monsanto from taking over cannabis industry

As The Free Thought Project reported last week, blockchain startups have been offering interesting solutions for the cannabis industry, which is facing strict regulations from the government, as well as constant take-over attempts by large corporations. One major concern of cannabis advocates is the possibility of large biotech corporations like Monsanto patenting seeds or even DNA for […]

The identity of the lone woman scientist in this 1971 photo was a mystery. Then Twitter cracked the case

At the beginning of March, Candace Jean Andersen, an illustrator, was doing some research for a children’s book on orcas. While looking through articles about her topic she found a photo of a group of scientists at the 1971 International Conference on the Biology of Whales in Virginia. And there, “amid the sea of male […]

Double amputee who lost his feet climbing Everest 43 years ago finally scales world’s tallest mountain

This month, Xia Boyu, the 69-year-old Chinese climber, made history when he became the first amputee to reach the peak of the world’s tallest mountain from the Nepal side. This climb was his fifth attempt and came 43 years after he lost both his feet climbing the mountain. RELATED STORY: Chair-bound 78-year-old grandmother changed her life and can […]

Mix this with orange juice to flush nicotine out of your body

By Abbey Ryan Quitting a smoking habit is hard. Many try and subsequently fail. Others try, succeed, and later relapse. A lucky few manage to eliminate the habit altogether. Of those, many turn to vapes, pipes, marijuana, or cigars to appease the smoking urge. Perhaps you’ve tried the quitting-cold-turkey method, the nicotine patch, and even hypnosis; all […]

After this, your heart attack risk soars by 21 times

By Dr. Mercola Did you know that every feeling you have affects some part of your body? While positive emotions such as gratitude have been scientifically linked to a number of beneficial health effects, negative emotions and stress can wreak havoc — especially if you’re not exercising or eating right, as both of these can ease pessimism […]

This little boy has “Childhood Alzheimer’s” he’s not the only one

We are so sorry for this family. Please read their story, from their GoFundMe page below, and help if you are able: My son is dying. There’s no other way to say it.  My beautiful, perfect little boy…is dying.  As I lay him down to sleep each night, my tears overflow, and a deep aching is […]

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Two huge vaccine scandals the press is ignoring

Editorial by World Mercury Project Guest Contributor Jon Rappoport  Some lies are so big, many people can’t accept the fact that they’re lies. Their minds are boggled. “No,” they say, “that couldn’t be.” But yes, that could be and is. Two giant vaccine scandals are in progress at the moment. RELATED STORY: Big Pharma’s stranglehold on vaccination policy […]

Scientific American: Autism prevalence jumps 16 Percent, CDC says

(Editor’s Note: Before you get too excited that the CDC is finally admitting that autism rates have jumped, they have a reason. Multiple ones, actually. Read on.) According to data released by the CDC at the end of last month, about 1 in 59 children in the United States has autism, with four times as […]

How much proof do we need to eat healthier?

Written By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM on May 17th, 2018 Randomized placebo-controlled trials are considered the gold standard of scientific evidence. In such studies, half of the subjects may get the active treatment, and the other half unknowingly get a sugar pill instead. This works great for evaluating new drugs, but a concern is that evidence-based medicine has made a […]

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