If there has ever been one plant that “does it all”, turmeric (Curcuma longa), seems the perfect candidate. Its many health benefits and applications fill entire libraries: a search for “turmeric” on Web of Science returned 6,681 hits, and a search for “curcumin”, turmeric’s best known constituent, yielded a whopping…
A bombshell document outlining extensive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) abuse was reviewed by members of the House Thursday, and the contents “could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and Department of Justice” according to national security correspondent, Sara Carter.… Continue to post
How many are dying from Medical Iatrogenesis?
Nearly 20 percent of Americans have used prescription drugs for non-medicinal reasons, three-quarters of whom may be abusing them. Legal prescription drug abuse is a silent epidemic, and is part of the reason why the modern American medical system has become the leading cause of death and injury in the United States.… Continue to post
Thanks to the critically acclaimed movie “The Post,” which opens this weekend, the story of whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers is again part of the public discourse. But there is much more to it than the movie shows, Ellsberg tells WhoWhatWhy in this recent podcast.… Continue to post
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A few thoughts on the emotional impact of words and intention.
By ARJUN WALIA, Collective Evolution Things have drastically changed since Galileo was placed under house arrest for his scientifically accurate views, simply because they threatened the beliefs put out by the Catholic Church at the time. Today, things have changed, to an extent. We still have information that is heavily controlled…