Bill Nye has a new show that is beyond crass in its treatment of human sexuality. It promotes homosexuality and hypersexuality as the norm and advocates the compulsory indoctrination of children to accept this ethic. The admitted goal is to encourage sexual relationships that lead to reduced population.
Biotech giant, Monsanto, is accused of hiring, through third parties, an ‘army’ of Internet trolls to counter negative online comments, while citing positive ‘ghost-written’ pseudo-scientific reports that downplay the risks of GMO foods and Roundup Ready pesticide. In San Francisco, 50 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto.
Mike Adams, the owner of the Natural News website, is filing a complaint with the Boston FBI against the Boston Herald for publishing a violence-inciting editorial attributed to the Boston Herald. The editorial claims that vaccines don’t cause autism and that it ought to be a “hanging offense” for anyone who opposes this conventional theory.
Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych, a scientist with a Ph.D. in Immunology, says that unvaccinated children do not pose a higher threat of spreading disease than vaccinated children. Many vaccines cannot prevent transmission of disease either because they are not designed to do so or because they are used for non-communicable diseases. Discrimination in schools against non-immunized children is without scientific basis.
Scientist discovers that respiration is a three-gas system involving, not just oxygen and carbon dioxide, but also nitric oxide, which controls the ability of blood vessels to expand, when needed, to increase blood flow. Without this ability to expand blood vessels on demand, the delivery of oxygen will be inadequate and can lead to heart failure or stroke. This is of particular importance to patients receiving transfusions, because blood in blood banks can be deficient in nitric oxide. In that case, even though the oxygen-bearing red cells are normal, the lack of nitric oxide can be fatal.
The ‘Freedom Caucus’ that stopped Trumpcare from passing has endorsed a new plan that fails to repeal Obamacare. It would allow the states to opt out of the federal requirement to cover pre-existing conditions and mandated services. This may look like a step forward, but the entire structure and its megalithic bureaucracy remain in place.