Archive for January, 2008 : Cordless Phones = Malignant Brain TumoursJanuary 31st, 2008
Mobile phones and wireless networks (wi-fi) may be convenient but brain cancer isn’t. Exposure to microwave radiation at cell phone and wi-fi levels causes irreversible DNA damage that can lead to cancer. Now that you know, what will you do?
February Astrological ForecastJanuary 31st, 2008
February’s astrological forecast by Sandy
How the CIA Inflitrated the DEAJanuary 30th, 2008
The US Drug Enforcement Agency does little more than the bidding of criminal elements within the CIA, acting on behalf of the ruling elite.
Blackwater Protesters ConvictedJanuary 30th, 2008
Protesters who re-enacted one of Blackwater’s worst civilian massacres in Iraq got jail time, while the real killers remain free.
NFL Star Tony Gonzalez Goes VeganJanuary 27th, 2008
NFL star Tony Gonzalez was afraid his diet of high protein and high fat was going to kill him, so he switched to a healthy vegan diet and joined other smart, healthy and successful athletes.
Greenpeace Protects Japanese Whale KillersJanuary 27th, 2008
If you ever think about giving money to Greenpeace, think again. Most of their actions are designed to raise money, not solve problems.
Chimp Defeats Human Memory ChampJanuary 27th, 2008
Humans only think that they are the most intelligent species on the planet, which shows how little they know.
Virgin Airlines: Powered by Pond Scum?January 27th, 2008
Billionaire owner of Virgin Airlines, Richard Branson has pledged his air and rail empire profits to the development of a sustainable bio-fuel. In Feb. one of his planes will make the first flight using 20% biofuel.
Diesel Made From Algae ViableJanuary 27th, 2008
Bio-diesel made from algae is being produced by a California company and will be featured in a documentary aired at Sundance, Utah.
Lid Put on Congressional Research ReportsJanuary 27th, 2008
As Bushco moves closer to dictatorship and farther from any semblance of a democracy, the US Congressional Research Service (CRS) has decided to keep public documents away from the public.
Bush Destroys More Wilderness ForestsJanuary 27th, 2008
The Bush gang will spend taxpayer money to build roads in wilderness areas of the Tongass rainforest in Alaska so that the trees can be clear-cut.
VT Town to Vote On Arresting Bush, CheneyJanuary 27th, 2008
Brattleboro residents will vote at town meeting on whether President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should be indicted and arrested for war crimes, perjury or obstruction of justice if they ever step foot in Vermont.
FBI Turned To Perjury To Protect PosadaJanuary 27th, 2008
THE Miami FBI grossly disinformed and lied at the trial of the five Cuban anti-terrorists in the United States in order to protect CIA terrorist Luis Posada Carriles.
Kucininch Quits Attempts at White HouseJanuary 24th, 2008
Congressman Dennis Kucinich has decided to quit running in the rigged race for the next presidential puppet. The good news is he claims that he won’t back any democratic presidential hopefuls.
Jordan Abuse Spurs Filipino BanJanuary 24th, 2008
The Philippines has banned its citizens from going to Jordan for work to prevent them from being abused.
Politicians Censor Report on Dangers of Arctic DrillingJanuary 24th, 2008
There’s black gold beneath the snow white Arctic – and oil companies are gearing up to exploit it on a massive scale and are suppressing warnings of the potential environmental devastation drilling would cause.
The Choice between Food and FuelJanuary 24th, 2008
Food prices are skyrocketing. Arable land is becoming scarce. And forests continue to disappear across the globe. The world must decide between affordable food and biofuels.
Cell Phone Tower Removed After People Died of CancerJanuary 22nd, 2008
A cell phone tower in the UK was removed from an apartment building after residents on the top floor contracted cancer. Countless studies have proven that microwave radiation causes cancer yet people continue to be exposed to dangerous levels.
Abu Dhabi Plots Hydrogen FutureJanuary 21st, 2008
The government of Abu Dhabi has announced a $15 billion initiative to develop truly clean energy technologies.
US Desperate to Divert Drug TrailJanuary 20th, 2008
After one of its drug planes crashed in Mexico, Washington is desperate to divert attention away from its involvment in the cocaine trade and is now pointing an accusing finger at Venezuela.
US in Cyber War With China, Russia?January 19th, 2008
The Cold War may be over, but the global battle over information security is heating up, as U.S. intelligence experts struggle to fend off relentless cyber attacks emanating from China and Russia.
Hawaiian Activists Seek Halt To Modified TaroJanuary 19th, 2008
Hawaiian activists are urging a hearing on a bill that would put a 10-year moratorium on experiments with genetically modified taro.
Drug Plane Continues to Shed LightJanuary 19th, 2008
The drug plane which crashed in Mexico last September continues to shed light on the global drug trade controlled by the ruling elite.
Bush Arms Fellow TyrantsJanuary 19th, 2008
In the last six years, Washington has increased its sales and transfers of high-technology weapons, military training, and other military assistance to oppressive governments.
Italian Judge Seeks Justice Against CIA HenchmenJanuary 19th, 2008
An Italian judge has issued orders for the preventive arrest pending deportation of at least 140 former officials of US-backed military dictatorships in South America.
Italian President Claims Mossad-CIA Behind 911January 18th, 2008
Former Italian President Francesco Cossiga claims the obvious – the 9-11 terrorist attacks were run by the CIA and Mossad, and that this was common knowledge among global intelligence agencies.
Democracy Now! Gives Kucinich ExposureJanuary 18th, 2008
Democracy Now gave Dennis Kucinich the chance to voice his views that were denied him by NBC. Too bad Dennis is loyal to the demoncratic party and unwilling to lead his supporters.
US Consumers Oblivious to GM Food HazardsJanuary 18th, 2008
Concerns over genetically modified foods have failed to make much impact in the United States
CIA Whistleblower Philip Agee DepartsJanuary 18th, 2008
Philip Agee, the former CIA operative who broke with the agency and devoted his life to exposing its role in political subversion, assassination, torture and support for military dictatorships, died January 7 in Cuba. Cuban sources said that he died of peritonitis after ulcer surgery. He was 72.
Milk Linked to Prostate CancerJanuary 18th, 2008
While drinking cow’s milk increases the risk of cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis and host of other illnesses, low-fat and nonfat milk consumption specifically increases the risk of prostate cancer.
Dairy in Childhood Linked With Cancer RiskJanuary 18th, 2008
Children who consume high levels of diary products may have a greater risk of developing colorectal cancer in adulthood
Racing against the MullahsJanuary 17th, 2008
Women are second-class citizens in Iran, barred from singing or dancing in public, unable to travel without a permit. Car racing is another no-no for Iranian females, but that hasn’t stopped two women from finding emancipation behind the wheel.
Japs Release Sea Shepherd HostagesJanuary 17th, 2008
The Japanese whale killing ship that had kidnapped two Sea Shepherd crew has released them.
Canada Puts US On Torture ListJanuary 17th, 2008
The United States has been listed as a country where prisoners are at risk of torture in a training document produced by the Canadian foreign ministry.
The Green House EffectJanuary 15th, 2008
Environmentally-friendly buildings have evolved from hippy habitats to office towers and shopping centres, becoming a far more commonplace presence in city skylines and communities.
Sea Shepherd Crew Held Hostage by JapanJanuary 15th, 2008
Two members of a Sea Shepherd crew have been kidnapped and are beingn held hostage by a Japanese whale killing ship.
Operation Condor – No Mystery to WashingtonJanuary 13th, 2008
Recently declassified documents show that the US was supportive of the 70′s & 80′s death squads operated by US sponsored military dicators throughout South America.
Homeland inSecurity Cocaine Plot ContinuesJanuary 13th, 2008
The plane loaded with cocaine that crashed in Mexico last September continues to expose the involvment of US govt officials in controlling the drug trade.
Intel Undermined Laptop ProjectJanuary 9th, 2008
Intel repeatedly undermined a not-for profit scheme to bring cheap laptops to children in the developing world, the head of the charity has told BBC News.
Grass Biofuels Cut Co2 By 94%January 8th, 2008
Producing biofuels from a fast-growing grass delivers vast savings of carbon dioxide emissions compared with petrol, a large-scale study has suggested.
Healthy Living Can Add 14 YearsJanuary 7th, 2008
Another study has shown the obvious – taking exercise, drinking moderately, eating sufficient fruit and vegetables and not smoking can add as much as 14 years to your life, a study has found.
High IQ Link To Being VegetarianJanuary 7th, 2008
It doesn’t require a great deal of intelligence to understand that a vegetarian diet is better for human health and the planet. However, a UK study shows that intelligent children are more likely to become vegetarians later in life.
Secondhand Smoke Raises Child Allergy RiskJanuary 6th, 2008
In addition to causing cancer, second-hand smoke also can cause allergies in children, which can lead to other health problems.
Hunt for the Killers ResumesJanuary 5th, 2008
Update from Sea Shepherd and their efforts to stop the illegal and immoral slaughter of whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.
The Hidden Agenda of Genetic ManipulationJanuary 3rd, 2008
Today, we’re all lab rats in an uncontrolled, unregulated mass human experiment the results of which are unknown. Once GM seeds are introduced to an area, the genie is out of the bottle for keeps.
Biofuels, the Biggest Scam Going?January 2nd, 2008
Instead of supporting energy efficiency and truly clean energy such as wind, solar, GeoExchange and methane produced by biomass, governments are supporting the insane use of food crops for fuel.
Handling Pesticides Poses Asthma RiskJanuary 2nd, 2008
New research on farm women has shown that contact with some commonly used pesticides may increase their risk of allergic asthma.
German Biodiesel Forced to CompeteJanuary 2nd, 2008
Until a few months ago, the production of crop-based fuels in Germany was supported with generous subsidies – not any more.
Kucinich Sells OutJanuary 2nd, 2008
Dennis Kucinich has again shown his complete lack of leadership by recommending that his supporters vote for Barack Obama when he doesn’t get the party nomination.
Animal Torturers Feel PressureJanuary 2nd, 2008
A major science magazine has reported on the effectiveness of animal rights defenders against those who would torture animals.