(Elias Marat) “Her life story touched my heart … I decided I won’t take a cent from her,” said one of the Palestinian plumbers.
Archives for 10/26/2019
(Isabelle Z.) It’s getting harder for fracking proponents to defend the practice as new studies show that it can be linked to a rise in earthquakes throughout the United States, particularly in areas where seismic events are not historically common – and this is true even when wastewater disposal, which often takes the blame for fracking-related seismicity, isn’t involved.
With the recent elevation of the inquiry into the origins of ‘RussiaGate’ now at the level of a full-blown criminal investigation, many in D.C. are feeling the pressure of a massive convergence on multiple fronts. First, this move allows prosecutor John H. Durham the ability to subpoena documents and witnesses, to impanel a grand jury […]
(Joseph P Farrell) There’s a school of thought out there that has been gaining some traction in the past few years, and it’s time to pay attention to it.
(Rachel Ginder) I like to make jokes about how much I hate people. As an introvert, it’s easy to do. The stereotype of the misanthropic introvert is backed by countless Facebook memes and pop culture references. Think of the animated character Daria with her oversized glasses and a book in her hand, or that catchy quote from Charles Bukowski, “I don’t hate people, I just feel better when they aren’t around.”
(Aaron Kesel) WikiLeaks founder and journalist Julian Assange appeared in court to fight his extradition to the United States, sluggishly reciting his name and date of birth in a zombie-like state — displaying signs of either sleep deprivation, torture or poisoning — but quickly recovered to state the rigged case against him to the judge when he was asked if he understood what he was facing.
(Zero Hedge) Earlier this week we joked that with PG&E now scrambling to enforce intentional blackouts every time there are powerful winds for fears the bankrupt company’s aged infrastructure could cause a new fire, “every time the wind blows California will become Venezuela.”
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(Michael Snyder) The truth is that most American families are deeply struggling, but you hardly ever hear this from the mainstream media. Yes, about 10 percent of all American workers are making $100,000 or more a year, but most of those high paying jobs are concentrated in the major cities along the east and west coasts.
The following report details the current state of geomagnetic activity and resulting effects on human consciousness. This can be used to guide one’s activities in meditation, mass meditation, personal energy work, and self-mastery practices.
Big Storms, The Last Extinction, Catastrophe Trigger | S0 News Oct.26.2019 — Suspicious0bservers
(Erin Elizabeth) Singing in a choir brings joy not only to the audience that is listening but also to the choir members themselves.
(Neuroscience News) A new psychological study published by University of Otago researchers has addressed centuries-old questions about how and why supernatural beings are worshipped.
(Exploring Your Mind) What are the most self-destructive behaviors in romantic relationships?