(Zero Hedge) California’s annual wildfires are back despite a series of planned power outages aimed at preventing them – the latest of which is expected to affect as many as 3 million people across huge swaths of the state.
Archives for 10/27/2019
(Medical Kidnap) The second episode of the Medical Kidnap Show aired on KFNX 1100 Radio in Phoenix on October 10, 2019.
(Jake Anderson) A stunning relic recently discovered by biologists may shed light on the transition from reptiles to mammals.
(Richard Enos) The Architects and Engineers for 9/11 truth began their public awareness campaign into the inconsistencies of the official 9/11 narrative, not long after the sanctioned three-year scientific and technical coverup (oops I mean investigation) from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) was released. When they started their campaign, they decided to make the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 the focus of their limited financial and human resources.
(Justin Deschamps) The golden ratio is a number or mathematic constant found almost everywhere in nature. It’s also used in the development of technology, and user interfaces, as human beings seem to be innately programmed to respond to the so-called golden number. Recently, a team of scientists discovered that the spatial morphology, or shape, of the human skull, is more reflective of the golden ratio than other animals. What might this mean?
(Kurt Nimmo) According to the New York Post, two of the supposedly late sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein’s co-conspirators in the rape of minor girls—Ghislaine Maxwell and Jean-Luc Brunel—are hiding out in the Brazilian Rivera of Santa Catarina.
Does Body Language Prove Bob Lazar Actually Worked On Alien Spacecraft At Area 51?
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(Grace Olson) Coffee is a much-loved drink, but not everyone likes the palpitations that come along with it. In the course of its long history, chemists have devised multiple methods to decaffeinate, or remove caffeine from, coffee beans, ensuring that coffee-lovers will still be able to get a good night’s sleep.
(Neuroscience News) A team led by Kobe University Professor Mamiko Ozaki (Department of Biology, Graduate School of Science) has become the first to identify the chemical makeup of the odors produced by newborn babies’ heads. The results shed more light on the olfactory importance of newborns’ heads in mother-baby and kin recognition. They also developed a non-invasive and stress-free method of sampling these odors directly from heads of the babies.