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Extradition call for CDC science criminal; geoengineering interview just posted
Mike Adams RFK Jr. is calling for the extradition of a CDC vaccine science criminal who fled to Europe to evade authorities. Find that shocking story below.

Just published: The full one-hour interview with Dane Wigington of Geoengineering Watch. He exposes details about weather control technology and how storms and hurricanes can be “steered” into high density population targets.

Listen to the full interview at this link.

Breaking: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. calls for extradition of CDC vaccine criminal mastermind Poul Thorsen to face charges of criminal scientific misconductBy Vicki Batts | Read the full story
Vaccine industry celebrates Disneyland measles outbreak operation as a huge success, seeks to model similar outbreaks for more fear propagandaBy Tracey Watson | Read the full story
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Tesla caught “crippling” the battery life of cars, then controlling their discharge capacity from headquartersBy Robert Jonathan | Read the full story
Over 31,000 scientists say global warming is a total hoax; now they’re speaking out against junk scienceBy Lance D Johnson | Read the full story
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Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego has officials washing streets and extending public restroom hours as the disease infects hundredsBy Isabelle Z. | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesFuture plastics could be made out of sugar and carbon dioxide, making them harmless to the environment
The future looks brighter as researchers have discovered a way to create plastic that’s not harmful to nature. Scientists from the Centre of Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) at the …

Apple accused of deliberately slowing older products to persuade people to get new iPhones
Many people cannot even imagine life without their smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices. Among the truest of all these die-hard electronics fans are those who are devoted to the …

Magnet therapy shows promise in alleviating anxiety, research finds
Fears can now be blocked in a split second, provided that a specific region of your brain will be stimulated magnetically. This is a novel undertaking, seeing that a lot of people these days are …

Latest face-reading AI will detect your IQ, gender orientation and political beliefs
At the recent unveiling of their newest iPhone models, Apple bragged about their use of face-reading artificial intelligence (AI). The phones will use the technology in place of fingerprint …

Security flaw- “Smart” drug syringes found to be hackable
As if the safety and efficacy of some vaccines werent already in question, now technology is making syringes less safe as well. “Smart” syringes, anyway. As reported by the U.K.’s Daily Mail, …

Is America’s “giant debt factory” Federal Reserve setting us up for an economic nightmare?
In a recently published column Armstrong Williams, conservative author, pundit and one-time advisor and spokesman for HUD Secretary Ben Carsons 2016 presidential quest, says he believes that the …

Is Mother Nature fighting back? Chemical cloud that poisoned 200 may have been caused by algal bloom
Is Mother Nature fighting back against the abuses that have been heaped on her for decades? In the last week of August, beachgoers eager to enjoy the last of the summer in Birling Gap, East …

Antimicrobial chemicals in soap products found to permanently harm developing babies in utero
Triclocarban (TCC), the most common antibacterial chemical compound found in various personal care products such as soaps and lotions, can inadvertently be transferred from mother to child, …

Drinking low-fat or skim milk raises the risk of Parkinson’s disease, according to researchers
The more low-fat dairy a person consumes in a day, the greater their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, claim researchers from Harvard University. To be precise: Those who consumed at …

Cancer industry frustrated that children treated with chemotherapy aren’t getting enough HPV vaccines
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the panel that makes vaccine policy recommendations for the mainstream medical community, has for several years now been pushing for the routine …

How high demand for chocolate is wiping out Africa’s rainforests
It would take some serious searching to find someone who does not love chocolate. Who can resist a chocolate bar after a long and stressful day? Or what about some delicious chocolate ice-cream …

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