Thursday, February 23, 2017

Weapons of mass feminization: gender bending chemicals and endocrine disruptors (EDs) !

By: Jennie Ann Freiman 
From: Greenmed Info

Weapons Of Mass Feminization

If you’ve ever wondered where all the alpha males have gone, the interaction between chemistry and biology may offer a clue.

Gender bending chemicals are everywhere, literally impossible to avoid. They act as endocrine disruptors (EDs) that block, decrease, or overstimulate hormones. Most commonly, EDs mimic estrogen, lower testosterone and prevent the male hormone from doing its job, causing males to exhibit more female traits. 

The resulting hormonal imbalances may be at the root of disturbing worldwide trends for males that include delayed puberty, falling sperm counts, shrinking size of genitals, far fewer boys with far more genital deformities being born than ever before, and a rise in gender fluidity as boys are increasingly feminized.

A similar effect is seen across the planet in wildlife, with reports of a rise in hermaphrodite amphibians, male fish developing eggs in their testicles and complete sex change in species with ED exposure. Governmental-industrial alliances have unleashed weapons of mass feminization throughout Planet Earth, involving all inhabitants in a dangerous and uncontrolled experiment whose results point to a dystopian future, the likes of which make Soylent Green look tame.

U.S. WC-135 nuclear sniffer airplane has left the UK heading towards Norway and the Barents Sea!

By: David Cenciotti
From: The Aviationist

The WC-135 Constant Phoenix has launched from RAF Mildenhall earlier today for a mission towards northern Europe and the Barents Sea. Interestingly, an RC-135W spyplane has launched from the same base on the same route. What’s their mission?

As you probably already know, on Feb. 17, 2017, U.S. Air Force WC-135C Constant Phoenix Nuclear explosion “sniffer,” serial number 62-3582, deployed to RAF Mildenhall, UK, using radio callsign “Cobra 55.”

Whereas it was not the first time the Constant Phoenix visited the British airbase, the deployment to the UK amidst growing concern about an alleged spike in iodine levels recorded in northern Europe fueled speculations that the WC-135 might be tasked with investigating the reason behind the released Iodine-131.

NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has revealed 7 Earth-sized planets orbiting a tiny star only 40 light-years away. Three of them are firmly in the habitable zone!

This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f,
 one of the newly discovered planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system.
 Scientists using the Spitzer Space Telescope 
and ground-based telescopes
 have discovered that there are seven 
Earth-size planets in the system. 
Image via NASA/JPL-Caltech
By: Eleanor Imster
From: Earthsky Space

Big discovery! NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has revealed 7 Earth-sized planets orbiting a tiny star only 40 light-years away. Three of them are firmly in the habitable zone.

At a news conference in Washington D.C. today (February 22, 2017), NASA announced that its Spitzer Space Telescope has observed the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star. Three of these planets are firmly located in what’s called the habitable zone, the area around the parent star where a rocky planet is most likely to have liquid water – key to life as we know it. The discovery sets a new record for greatest number of known planets in a star’s habitable zone. After all, our solar system has only two planets in the habitable zone: Earth and Mars. This exoplanet system – called TRAPPIST-1 – has three.

Because they are located outside of our solar system, these planets are scientifically known as exoplanets.





Only about 40 light-years (235 trillion miles) from Earth, in the direction to our constellation Aquarius, TRAPPIST-1 – classified as an ultra-cool dwarf. It’s so cool that liquid water could survive on planets orbiting very close to it, closer than is possible on planets in our solar system. All seven of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary orbits are closer to their host star than Mercury is to our sun. According to a NASA statement:

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Brightest, farthest pulsar found!

NGC 5907 X-1: record-breaking pulsar. Image via ESA.
By: Deborah Byrd

In one second, this distant pulsar – the spinning remains of a once-massive star – emits the same amount of energy as that released by our sun in 3.5 years.

The European Space Agency (ESA) said this morning (February 21, 2017) that an object identified by its XMM-Newton space observatory turns out to be a pulsar – a rapidly spinning, extremely dense star – pulsing about once a second. This pulsar -known as NGC 5907 X-1 – appears to be a thousand times brighter than previously thought possible. If so, the pulsar is not only the brightest pulsar; it’s also the most distant pulsar of its kind ever detected, with its light traveling 50 million light-years to Earth’s vicinity.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Vaccine Contaminants, Nanotechnology, and Cancer

From: Vaxxter
By: Sherri Tenpenny

Over the last 17 years, I’ve read hundreds of medical journal articles on the problems associated with vaccines. I have written and spoken about vaccine contaminants – stray viruses, aluminum, mercury, polysorbate 80, animal cells, and so on. I have often wondered “What else is coming through that needle?”

This article, “New Quality-Control Investigations on Vaccines: Micro and Nano-contamination”published on January 23, 2017, in the peer-reviewed journal, the International Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination absolutely blew me away.

Here is a snapshot from this must-read, full-text article:

A team of scientists in Italy decided to examine batches of vaccines, looking for contaminants not listed as ingredients. 44 types of vaccines manufactured in Italy and France were analyzed using an Environmental Electron Scanning Microscope. This method was chosen because the matter can be separated into either organic debris (called aggregates) or inorganic debris (called clusters). The identified particles were counted three times by three different operators, with an error rate of less than 10%. They found inorganic contaminants in every single one.

F-35’s kill ratio with aggressors stands at 15:1 during Red Flag 17-1 (most probably thanks to the supporting F-22…)

By: David Cenciotti

It looks like the controversial F-35 is holding its own at Red Flag exercise underway at Nellis AFB.


As of Feb. 3 the F-35A had achieved a quite impressive score during Red Flag 17-1, the U.S. Air Force’s premier air combat exercise underway at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, that pits “Blue Air” (friendly forces) against “Red Air” (enemy) in an all-out air war featuring air-to-air, air-to-ground, search and rescue, and special forces elements.

According to the pilots from the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings at Hill AFB, Utah, who deployed the F-35A Lightning II to the airbase off Las Vegas on Jan. 20 and began flying in the exercise Jan. 23, the type, at its debut in the world’s most realistic and challenging exercise, has achieved a 15:1 kill ratio against the Aggressors, F-16s that replicate the paint schemes, markings and insignia of their near peer adversaries and whose role is to threaten strike packages in the same way a modern enemy would do in a real war.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

The apartment glut cometh – adios housing market!

From: IRD - Investment Research Dynamics
By: Dave Kranzler

Driving by the west-side border of downtown Denver (on I-25), I can count 9 cranes in air plus one semi-finished high-rise building.

What’s amusing about this is that there’s already an oversupply of rental apartments and condos as the 1-2 month free + free parking incentives reflect. 

What will happen when all these new projects hit the market?

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The OTHER “Ban” that was quietly announced last week: a ban on cash!


Most of the world is in an uproar right now over the travel ban that Donald Trump hastily imposed late last week on citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries. But there was another ban that was quietly proposed last week, and this one has FAR WIDER IMPLICATIONS: A Ban On Cash:

From Simon Black,
Sovereign Man:

The European Union’s primary executive authority, known as the European Commission, issued a “Road Map” last week to initiate continent-wide legislation against cash.

There are already a number of anti-cash legislative measures that have been passed in individual European member states.

In France, for example, it’s illegal to make purchases of more than 1,000 euros in cash.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

SpaceX Falcon 9 launch on saturday 14 january 2017 live stream!


SpaceX is busy preparing for its first Falcon 9 launch since its rocket exploded in September. The Iridium-1 mission will take off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California tomorrow, January 14th, and you can watch it all happen live after the break or through the space corporation's website. This mission is headed to Low Earth orbit to deliver 10 satellites for communications company Iridium. They're the first 10 of at least 70 satellites SpaceX will be ferrying to LEO for Iridium's global constellation.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Era of cheap money ending, financial hell unleashed!

By: Mac Slavo

“It’s going to be financial Armageddon on a scale no living person has ever witnessed before.”

We’re living in the calm before the storm.

That much everyone can sense. The stock market highs and holiday spending spree will soon be over, the inauguration will presumably go as planned, but that’s when everything could start to go off course.

The only question is how the storm is going to stir into a frenzy – there will be a pretext of some kind. What seems certain is that it is past time to get ready for a difficult period. This could be the big, slow squeeze and the long winter.

Friday, December 30, 2016

Indians line up at banks to deposit savings or see them disappear!

From: Reuters
By: Mayank Bhardwaj

Indians lined up outside banks across the country on Friday, the last day for them to deposit their savings or see them become worthless after large denomination notes were scrapped in a bid to fight corruption.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month said 500 and 1,000 bank notes - worth a combined $256 billion and 86 percent of cash in circulation - would cease to be legal tender after Dec. 30, disrupting the lives of hundreds of millions.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Tesla Autopilot predicts forward collision of car in front of it seconds before it happens (video)

A Dutch Tesla driver uploaded a dashcam video that shows the new radar processing capacity of Tesla's Autopilot and how it helped to keep him out of harm's way.

One of the new features of the Tesla Autopilot since version 8.0 is that the system's radar can now see ahead of the car in front of you and track two cars ahead on the road. 

By bouncing underneath or around the vehicle in front of you, the radar can sense things that get obstructed from the view by the leading vehicle.