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CDC caught in massive cover-up regarding guns and shootings
Mike Adams The corrupt CDC buried scientific data it had for years, showing that guns are used two million times a year to halt violence and stop crimes in the United States.

Gee, I wonder why the CDC wouldn’t publish those study results?

See the truth here.

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USDA scientists are reusing discarded almond shells and hulls to create renewable products, from biodegradable plastics to biofuel
California-based researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) are proud to present a plethora of renewable products from the discarded shells and hulls of almonds. According to an …

Engineers developing low tech solutions to prevent waterborne illnesses in stagnant municipal water systems
Virtually everyone in America is aware of the disaster in Flint, Michigan, in which over 100,000 residents were exposed to dangerously high levels of lead in their drinking water, after the …

Plant cell cultures: Would you eat vegetables grown in a lab if they were nutritious and tasty?
Would you want to eat superfoods grown in a lab? For many people, the latest development in the biotech industry is more hair-raising than it is inspiring. Scientists from the Technical Research …

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