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Vaccine Nation

Via: vaccinenation.net

Vaccine Nation

At the end of the eighteenth century, British physician Edward Jenner, with highly questionable medical credentials, initiated the theory and practice of live virus immunization that continues to serve as the scientific basis for the ever increasing vaccination of the world’s citizens. With the number of vaccinations given to infants and children rising, kids are receiving doses of toxic mercury and other heavy metals well above environmental safety levels.

Yet the medical evidence is clear. Mercury, known as thimerosal, and other heavy metal additives are highly toxic and threaten children with neurological damage. The long-term efficacy of global vaccination remains controversial, inconclusive and is suspect in light of the powerful corporate interests, lobbying efforts, and profits associated with a multi-billion dollar vaccine industry..

In his documentary film Vaccine Nation, award-winning investigative film director Dr. Gary Null challenges the basic health claims by government health agencies and pharmaceutical firms that vaccines are perfectly safe. This is one of the most critical questions facing today’s children and future generations to come. If inoculation with a large regimen of vaccines is safe, what can account for the rapid increase in autism and other mental disabilities that are now at epidemic proportions? And why isn’t the sudden onset of neurological illnesses in children being treated as an urgent crisis by our government and medical industries?

Weaving together interviews with many of the nations most expert medical researchers, private physicians specializing in autism, parents of children victimized by immunization, congressmen, vaccination activists, legal authorities and more, Vaccine Nation will awaken viewers to one of the continual perils to the health and future of children.

‘virtual unwrapping’: unlocks writings in the ancient En-Gedi scroll

Via : livescience.com

1,700-Year-Old Dead Sea Scroll ‘Virtually Unwrapped,’ Revealing Text     By Laura Geggel

“The En-Gedi scroll, a text that includes part of the Book of Leviticus in the Hebrew Bible that was ravaged by fire about 1,400 years ago, is now readable, thanks to a complex digital analysis called “virtual unwrapping.”

Rather than physically unfurl the scroll, which would have destroyed the crumbling artifact, experts digitally scanned the document, and then virtually flattened the scanned results, allowing scholars to read its ancient text.”

Read the full article

 

Science Advances: Reading the scroll from En-Gedi

 

 

 

 

Vote Theft: Votes Counted As Fractions

“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.”    -Joseph Stalin

 

A real-time demo of the most devastating election theft mechanism yet found, with context and explanation. Demonstration uses a real voting system and real vote databases and takes place in seconds across multiple jurisdictions. Over 5000 subcontractors and middlemen have the access to perform this for any or all clients. It can give contract signing authority to whoever the user chooses. All political power can be converted to the hands of a few anonymous subcontractors. It’s a product. It’s scalable. It learns its environment and can adjust to any political environment, any demographic. It runs silently, invisibly, and can produce plausible results that really pass for the real thing.

 

blackboxvoting.org

VOTES ARE BEING COUNTED AS FRACTIONS INSTEAD OF AS WHOLE NUMBERS

VOTERS BEING PERSONALLY “WEIGHTED” FOR UNEQUAL VALUE

FRACTION MAGIC – PART 3: PROOF OF CODE

PRESIDENTIAL RACE IN AN ENTIRE STATE SWITCHED IN FOUR SECONDS

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

FRACTION MAGIC – PART 6: EXECUTION CAPACITY

 

 

 

Surprise: Dinosaur Soft Tissue

The discovery of soft tissue from dinosaur bones thought to be millions of years old has raised some new questions about how old these fossils really are?  The presence of Carbon-14, Amino acids,  and structures that resemble soft tissue of a much younger origin, may cause reassessement of some long held views about dinosaurs and other fossils.

collagen fibers in the fossilized remains of dinosaurs

Soft Tissue in Dinosaur Fossils

Dinosaur Soft Tissue is Original Biological Material

 

 

 

 

Consumed The Movie: A Thriller About ‘Unlabeled’ GMO Foods

 

When Sophie’s son, Garrett, develops a mysterious illness, she embarks on a search for answers. This leads her into the controversial world of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) where a sociopolitical battle rages between organic farmers and big biotech corporations. As her desperation grows, so too does her quest for knowledge. And the deeper she goes, a more heightened sense of danger develops that preys on her state of mind, as she attempts to discover the root cause of her son’s illness.

 

 

Consumed the movie

 

 

 

Egads! Police Are Scanning Your Credit Cards And Taking Your Money

 

Oklahoma Cops Find A New Way To Take People’s Money, Even If They Don’t Have Cash

“You have effectively a way of instantly seizing a digital account from a traffic stop. That’s a capability I have never seen before.”- Brady Henderson, legal director for ACLU Oklahoma

 

 

 

Popular Science: Card Readers Allow Oklahoma Highway Patrol To Seize Suspects‘ Money

Cops give new meaning to ‘ highway robbery’

Oklahoma Watch: New Front in Civil Forfeiture

Law Enforcement Seizures Misspent, Missing

 

 

 

 

Catchy Plastic Surgery Parody Is Hilarious

Via: Luke Cameron

 

Meet Dr. Cory Torgerson. Described as “one of Canada’s most talented and prominent cosmetic plastic surgeons, focusing on head, neck, and facial plastic surgery,” and described by me as “a guy I never would have imagined to make a parody video of anything, let alone that huge hit ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ by The Weeknd.”

Yet his video does just that, and it’s actually hilarious!

The video features patients before, during, and after cosmetic procedures, and features some incredible lyrics like “the Botox keeps me beautiful, I’ll stay forever young.”

 

 

 

 

Can Dancing Holograms Teach You How To Play Piano?

Ever wanted to learn piano? Andante, which comes out of MIT’s Tangible Media Lab, is the program to help you learn keystrokes visually.

Andante from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.

Andante: Walking Figures on the Piano Keyboard to Visualize Musical Motion

Popular Science: Animated figures walk, dance, and lumber across the  piano keyboard