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Avoid This Sunscreen At All Costs

With warmer weather coming for most parts of the country, people all over are gearing up for poolside gatherings, beach vacations and some good ol’ fashioned sun soaking. The sun just seems to make us feel good, and rightly so.

Fact: The sun is necessary for all human life. Without the warming rays of this massive star, life on this planet would cease to exist. Every type of living creature, including mankind, needs sunlight in order to live. Humans have been exposed to the sun since the beginning of time…..

Avoid This Sunscreen At All Costs

Student Science Experiment Finds Plants won’t Grow near Wi-Fi Router

Photo courtesy of Kim Horsevad, teacher at Hjallerup Skole in Denmark.

The students placed six trays filled with Lepidium sativum, a type of garden cress into a room without radiation, and six trays of the seeds into another room next to two routers that according to the girls calculations, emitted about the same type of radiation as an ordinary cellphone.

Over the next 12 days, the girls observed, measured, weighed and photographed their results……

Student Science Experiment Finds Plants won’t Grow near Wi-Fi Router

 

BabySafe Project Launched to Inform Pregnant Women About Dangers of Wireless Radiation

 

Awareness continues to increase surrounding the pervasive dangers of Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) emanating from our daily gadgets, as well as from the rise of the Smart Grid.  A prominent neuroscientist recently went on record in a lecture to the medical community which gave strong credence to everyday citizens who already have become concerned. A world-renown biochemist also recently joined the chorus of warnings, and went as far as to say that wireless radiation is a biohazard and should be abolished in certain settings.

Unfortunately, wireless radiation is becoming ubiquitous in our modern world, but there are steps that can be taken to mitigate direct damage…..

 

BabySafe Project Launched to Inform Pregnant Women About Dangers of Wireless Radiation

7 Hidden Dangers Of Artificial Sweeteners


Satisfy your sweet tooth without calories? Artificial sweeteners give you all the benefits of sugar without the gut-busting consequences. It’s the perfect win-win.

Except when it’s not. Artificial sweeteners have been shrouded in controversy ever since saccharin, the first no-cal sweetener, was discovered back in 1878. Even then, public health advocates questioned whether these lab-created sweeteners were truly safe; saccharin, after all, was discovered by a chemist working with coal tar, a carcinogenic material.

Nearly 150 years—and an infinite number of conflicting studies—later, the issue still isn’t settled. The European Food Safety Administration, after an exhaustive review of the literature on aspartame, declared at the end of 2013 that the sweetener is safe at current exposure levels and doesn’t cause cancer. The advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest, meanwhile, decried that decision as a total “whitewash.”

So, to sweeten or not to sweeten? If your goal is to lose weight, these artificial sugars can help you drop calories. But like most inventions of the chemical and food industries, artificial sweeteners aren’t living up to their promises. Cancer concerns aside, researchers are finding new reasons that these no-cal taste enhancers are posing undue health risks without fulfilling the promise of helping you lose weight. Here are seven…

#1: They trick your taste buds.

Artificial sweeteners, even natural ones like stevia, which comes from an herb, are hundreds, sometimes thousands, of times sweeter than sugar, says Anne Alexander, editor of Prevention magazine and author of the new book, The Sugar Smart Diet. Sucralose, sold under the brand name Splenda, is 600 times sweeter than table sugar, and neotame, an emerging alternative to aspartame, is 7,000 times sweeter. Stevia is 200 to 300 times sweeter than table sugar. “And evidence suggests that exposing your taste buds to these high-intensity sweeteners makes them less receptive to natural sources of sweetness such as fruit,” says Alexander. When your taste buds get dulled, you’re more likely to seek out sweeter and sweeter foods….

7 Hidden Dangers Of Artificial Sweeteners

 

WIFI & Microwave Dangers: Former MI5 Microwave Warfare Specialist Speaks Out

Barrie Trower is a British physicist and former microwave weapons expert for the Royal Navy and the British Secret Service. During the 1960′s, he was trained at the “Government Microwave Warfare Establishment”.

Barrie talks about the dangers of our wireless society and explains the technology behind it – what this technology is used for in society today and its potential uses in the future.

Know the dangers of WiFi & Microwaves

Convenience is at your Health expense. Is it worth it? The Corporations & Government that build these devices believe so.

Now ask yourself; Do they care about You & your Love One’s?

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Pentagon: F-35 Won’t Have a Chance in Real Combat

Fatal flaws within the cockpit of the US military’s most expensive fighter jet ever are causing further problems with the Pentagon’s dubious F-35 program.

Just weeks after a fleet of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighters was grounded for reasons unrelated, a new report from the Pentagon warns that any pilot that boards the pricey aircraft places himself in danger without even going into combat.

In a leaked memo from the Defense Department’s director of the Operational Test and Evaluation Directorate to the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon official prefaces a report on the F-35 by cautioning that even training missions cannot be safely performed on board the aircraft at this time.

“The training management system lags in development compared to the rest of the Integrated Training Center and does not yet have all planned functionality,” the report reads in part.

In other sections of the lengthy DoD analysis, Operational Test and Evaluation Directorate Director J. Michael Gilmore outlines a number of flaws that jeopardize the safety of any pilot that enters the aircraft.

“The out-of-cockpit visibility in the F-35A is less than other Air Force fighter aircraft,” one excerpt reads.

Elsewhere, Gilmore includes quotes from pilots commenting after test missions onboard the aircraft: “The head rest is too large and will impede aft [rear] visibility and survivability during surface and air engagements,” said one. “Aft visibility will get the pilot gunned [down] every time” in dogfights, remarked another.

“Aft visibility could turn out to be a significant problem for all F-35 pilots in the future,” the Pentagon admits….

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/03/11/243047/

Military Industrial Complex pushing defective War toys, just because they are profitable. A disgrace.

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