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Ice Age Farmer Report: Harvard wants to deceive, sell lab-grown protein as meat without telling you!

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Harvard has petitioned the USDA to allow sales of lab-grown, FAKE meat as "Chicken" or "Beef," and claims forcing them to tell the TRUTH would violate their FREE SPEECH! Christian breaks down this stunning deception, the latest salvo in the war on real food and the agenda for a total transhumanist takeover of our food supply.


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Ohio Pharmacy Board banning hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 treatment

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A bottle and pills of Hydroxychloroquine sit on a counter at Rock Canyon Pharmacy in Provo, Utah.
The Ohio pharmacy board is banning hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment in the state. The move comes shortly after a video by America's Frontline Doctors was removed from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Some doctors in the video touted hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus cure, which the FDA has said is not accurate.

Pharmacists Could Temporarily Lose Their Licenses If They Don't Follow the Regulations

The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy has issued new regulations for hydroxychloroquine that are effective on July 30, The Columbus Dispatch reported. The drug can be used in clinical trials, but pharmacies, medical institutions, and clinics will no longer be able to dispense or sell the drug for COVID-19 use. Pharmacists who dispense the drug may face anywhere from a warning to a temporary suspension of their license.

Comment: From Dr. Simone Gold, who appeared in the America's Frontline Doctors video:

Indeed, we have never seen a medication be the victim of such widespread smearing. It seems obvious at this point that HCQ is currently the subject of a coordinated disinformation campaign to convince people it is dangerous and ineffective. Despite good evidence of its efficacy, it seems every effort is being put forward to block people's access to the drug. One has to ask: Why would that be?

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Power scrubbing our way to a false sense of security: 'Hygiene Theater' is a huge waste of time

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As a COVID-19 summer surge sweeps the country, deep cleans are all the rage.

National restaurants such as Applebee's are deputizing sanitation czars to oversee the constant scrubbing of window ledges, menus, and high chairs. The gym chain Planet Fitness is boasting in ads that "there's no surface we won't sanitize, no machine we won't scrub." New York City is shutting down its subway system every night, for the first time in its 116-year history, to blast the seats, walls, and poles with a variety of antiseptic weaponry, including electrostatic disinfectant sprays. And in Wauchula, Florida, the local government gave one resident permission to spray the town with hydrogen peroxide as he saw fit. "I think every city in the damn United States needs to be doing it," he said.

To some American companies and Florida men, COVID-19 is apparently a war that will be won through antimicrobial blasting, to ensure that pathogens are banished from every square inch of America's surface area.

Comment: The point of this article should be that the hygenic lengths businesses and governments are going to to protect people are ridiculous because the entire virus scare is complete Nothing Burger™, not that the resources put into cleaning should be funneled into different scare tactics and rights violations. It's just the flu, bro.

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Dr Mercola Interviews Denis Rancourt: 'There is no Scientific Evidence That Facemasks Inhibit Viral Spread'

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Story at-a-glance
  • Not a single randomized controlled trial with verified outcome has been able to detect a statistically significant advantage of wearing a mask versus not wearing a mask, when it comes to preventing infectious viral illness
  • If there were any significant advantage to wearing a mask to reduce infection risk to either the wearer or others in the vicinity, then it would have been detected in at least one of these trials, yet there's no sign of such a benefit
  • There is no evidence that masks are of any utility for preventing infection by either stopping the aerosol particles from coming out, or from going in. You're not helping the people around you by wearing a mask, and you're not helping yourself avoid the disease by wearing a mask
  • Infectious viral respiratory diseases primarily spread via very fine aerosol particles that are in suspension in the air. Any mask that allows you to breathe therefore allows for transmission of aerosolized viruses
  • All-cause mortality data are not affected by reporting bias. A detailed study of the current data of all-cause mortality shows the all-cause mortality this past winter was no different, statistically, from previous decades. COVID-19 is not a killer disease, and this pandemic has not brought anything out of the ordinary in terms of death toll
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Denis Rancourt, Ph.D., a former full professor of physics, is a researcher with the Ontario Civil Liberties Association in Canada. He's held that volunteer position since 2014, which has given him the opportunity to dig into scientific issues that impact civil rights. He also did postdoctoral work in chemistry.

Here, we discuss the controversial topic of face masks. Should you wear one? When and where? Does it protect you or not? There's a wide range of opinions on this even within the natural health community.

Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, I endorsed the use of face masks based on the experience of some of the Eastern European countries. The rationale of it seemed to make sense at the time. Since then, however, I've started to question their use.

Comment: Here's the paper on facemasks published by Rancourt:

The Science is Conclusive: Masks and Respirators do NOT Prevent Transmission of Viruses

And another paper in which he examines the all-cause mortality rate in Ontario, Canada during the lockdown, and concludes that it is 'likely' Canadian health authorities committed mass homicide:

Study of All-cause Mortality During Covid-19: No Plague, But Likely Mass Homicide by Government Response

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Brain

Could CranioSacral Therapy help treat dementia & Alzheimer's disease?

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Some call Alzheimer's disease the greatest tragedy of the 21st century.

Tremendous research efforts have been dedicated to learning more about the causes and possible treatment approaches for this debilitating and devastating brain disease.

According to the American Brain Foundation, brain diseases affect the lives of one in six people, bringing the total number of people suffering from neurological disorders to one billion worldwide. Brain disease has many different forms, ranging from concussion to stroke, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, migraines, brain tumors, brain trauma or ALS, just to name a few.

A Deadly Disease

The most devastating and widespread brain disease, however, is dementia and its most common cause, Alzheimer's disease. Based on data published by the Alzheimer's Association, in 2020 more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer's and one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia.

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We must inoculate ourselves against the crazy Anti-Rationalists

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Recently, leading anti-rationalist Dominic Lawson had his COVID 19 vaccine promotion pamphlet published by the Daily Mail with the headline "To win the war on Covid-19 we must inoculate Britain against the crazy anti-vaxxers." Like many anti-rationalists Dominic seems to struggle with complex issues.

Certainly questioning anything they are told is unthinkable. Repeating information is where it's at for the anti-rationalists.

Anti-rationalists are incapable of independent thought and need to be told what to believe by someone, some body or organisation, they consider to be important. They call these carefully selected important people and groups "reliable sources."

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New CDC and WHO Study Proves 'No Evidence' Facemasks Prevent Virus

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Facebook's so-called "fact checkers" have struck again, claiming that my report on the science that proves that wearing facemasks, especially in non-medical settings does almost nothing to prevent the spread of a virus, is false... citing that it was based on old information.

Now, I'm reporting on a new study created in conjunction with the World Health Organization and published by the CDC from less than 60 days ago that once again proves that there is no evidence that wearing face masks in public prevents the spread of flu-like viruses. I'm also going to show you why the Facebook fact-checking system cannot be trusted.

Link to the CDC published study. This study was conducted in preparation for the development of guidelines by the World Health Organization on the use of nonpharmaceutical interventions for pandemic influenza in nonmedical settings. This study was supported by the World Health Organization.


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Honey of stingless bees is low GI, does not cause tooth decay

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The larger honey bee (left) shown with the smaller stingless bee (right) on Citrus.
Science has validated Indigenous wisdom by identifying a rare, healthy sugar in native stingless bee honey that is not found in any other food.

University of Queensland organic chemist Associate Professor Mary Fletcher said Indigenous peoples had long known that native stingless bee honey had special health properties.

"We tested honey from two Australian native stingless bee species, two in Malaysia and one in Brazil and found that up to 85 per cent of their sugar is trehalulose, not maltose as previously thought," she said.

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More bang for your buckwheat: Siberian researchers say humble staple increases amount of "longevity protein" in the body

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Researchers in Siberia claim they are the first in the world to have definitively confirmed buckwheat's status as a true 'superfood' which confers a unique healing effect on mammals by regulating key ageing processes.

Buckwheat has been a staple food across large sections of the northern hemisphere, from China through Russia and Kazakhstan and into eastern and central Europe, since farming began thousands of years ago.

But now researchers at the Siberian Federal University (SFU) in Krasnoyarsk, Russia have pinpointed exactly why this pseudocereal is so good for humans - it increases the amount of a so-called "longevity protein" called SIRT1 in our bodies, helping us to live longer, healthier lives.

"We were the first in the world to discover the advantages of buckwheat as a source of SIRT1. This plant is a real superfood," said researcher and SFU Associate Professor Shubhra Pande.

SIRT1 plays a powerful role in both the formation of fat cells and the metabolism of glucose in our systems, as well as the regulation of a number of key ageing processes.

Bacon

Taking fake food to another level: New startup reveals lab-grown pork belly and bacon strips

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Higher Steaks head of research and development, Ruth Helen Faram (left) and chief executive Benjamina Bollag (right).
In what could be a starting gun for the commercialization of the cell-based meat business, upstart cultivated meat company Higher Steaks said it has managed to produce samples of its first products — bacon strips and pork belly made in a lab from cellular material.

With the revelation, Higher Steaks, a bootstrapped Cambridge, U.K.-based company, leapfrogs into a competitive position with a number of far larger companies that have raised far more capital.

"There's still a lot of work until it's commercial," said Higher Steaks chief executive Benjamina Bollag, "but the revelation of a pork belly product that's made from 50% cultivated cells and a bacon product which contains 70% meat grown from a cell material in a laboratory is something of a milestone for the industry."

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