Patterns in DNA reveal hundreds of unknown protein pairings

Sequencing a genome is getting cheaper, but making sense of the resulting data remains hard. Researchers have now found a new way to extract useful information out of sequenced DNA.

By cataloging subtle evolutionary signatures shared between pairs of genes in bacteria, the team was able to discover hundreds of previously unknown protein interactions. This method is now being applied to the human genome, and could produce new insights into how human proteins interact.

The project is a collaboration between scientists at the University of Washington School of Medicine and Harvard University. Their report appears in the July 11 issue of Science.

“Protein-protein interactions are fundamental to biological function. It’s remarkable that they can now be predicted en masse using the large amounts of genomic sequence data that have been generated in recent years,” said senior author David Baker, professor of biochemistry at the University of Washington School of Medicine….

It’s even more remarkable how the public has been sold a bill of goods regarding the level of scientific knowledge of genes and GMO’s.   How long have they known about pleiotropy?   Probably longer than monsanto has been dumping genetic vandalism on the biosphere.   But now that this new baby step in understanding is under their belts, our overachieving corporate scientists can market their delusions with confidence.

But seriously, it was never about “feeding the earth”.    GMO’s don’t increase yields or reduce the use of toxic agrochemicals (it’s just the reverse on both counts),  and their resistance to pests is only temporary (humans don’t evolve as fast as insects, so that particular “pest” is the only species affected in the long term).

Genetic engineering is genocide.   Against both plants and animals, including humans, as you can see with a little research

Is The Q Narrative a Psyop? Catherine Austin Fitts Weighs In

When the Q narrative began popping up I didn’t pay much attention to it. It was only about 1 year into it that I started to do my research and really dive in. What I saw was interesting, but it didn’t necessarily get me feeling like we were suddenly all on the right track, and that everything was being taken care of – a sentiment shared by many in the community who follow Q.

Before we continue I want to be clear, I don’t feel all who follow Q sit back and just watch the show. In fact, I think there is a good chunk of people who actively do other things to help change themselves and their world, but I do feel for the most part – people seem to think Trump and the gang have humanity’s pure best interests at heart, and that they will save America and the world.

I don’t agree, and haven’t agreed, with this sentiment since day 1. I understand that just this article alone may bring up defensiveness and emotion in those who follow Q deeply, and all I can say to that is am I really saying anything crazy here? Or is it that some of us have become too loyal to a narrative that it’s now clouding our judgement? Have we created a new ‘political side’ that we align with in the same way Dems and Reps align with their party?

One last thing before we go on, Q is certainly part of an awakening for some folks too, further illustrating that I’m not saying it’s all bad or anything, but that I’m neutral on the subject and instead wish to raise some reflections about it. Also remember, Q material could literally be written by anyone with knowledge of alternative media and ‘conspiracy theories,’ nothing said is that far outside the basic knowledge of understanding these fields….

When we choose sides we add a lens to our perception, that lens then clouds seeing the totality of what is playing out. I was recently having a conversation about this with my good buddy and filmmaker Michael Mazzola, which you can check out here, he proceeded to tell me about something Catherine Austin Fitts, former Commissioner at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development,  recently said that totally summed up my position as well:

Here’s what she said:

“In the Red Button Problem, everybody wants their check and they want to pretend that they are good. So it’s very important that politicians come up with this story of ‘good’. The story of “I’m good,” doesn’t have to make sense, but it has to be good enough so that I can just take my check and feel good and not have to do anything. It’s a way of being free to stay on my couch and do the things that I love instead of being bothered with the responsibility of being a citizen.”

So Q is the new story of, “I am good,” because, “I can just trust the plan, and these covert operators are going to get their thing done.” So I’ve been nice because I know some very intelligent, capable people who buy this whole thing hook, line, and sinker. It has been really frustrating for you and me. I took FASAB 56 to these Q believers, and they said, “You need to trust the plan.”…

Obama State Dept. Hid Clinton Emails, Allowed Her to Illegally Delete 33k Messages

Hillary Clinton’s move to use a private email server during her tenure as President Obama’s secretary of state, and then to delete these emails, has led to legal questions about why she chose not to use a traditional ‘’ email system, as well as allegations of pay-to-play politics involving political favours in exchange for cash.

John Hackett, the former director of Information Programs & Services, a document management entity handling State Department records, has accused former secretary State Hillary Clinton’s staff of “culling out” some 30,000 of her ‘personal’ emails without following National Archives procedure, Judicial Watch has reported, citing Hackett’s recent testimony as part of a Judicial Watch case against the US State Department.

A transcript of Hackett’s deposition under oath showed that he had requested information about how the secretary of state’s team had removed 30,000 emails from the 50,000-60,000 total emails on record.

“We wanted to know what criteria they used. The standard from the National Archives is very strict. If there…were mixed records, that would be considered a federal record. If it was [a] mixed record and mentioned a discussion, that would be – under the narrow National Archives rules, it would be considered a federal record,” Hackett said….

Hackett also said that he felt there may have been “inappropriate” interference by government officials of the 296 emails related to the 2012 Benghazi attack which were made available to Congress during her testimony in 2014.

Hackett served at Information Programs and Services between April 2013 and March 2016. Among its other duties, the agency is tasked with handling Freedom of Information Act requests, archiving, retiring and declassifying State Department documents. In 2015, Hillary Clinton confirmed that she and her staff had deleted over 30,000 emails of a “personal and private” nature. The FBI later managed to recover over 17,000 of the emails and found that many were work-related.

The Clinton email saga, also known as ’emailgate’, has followed Clinton for many years. In 2017, materials handed over to Judicial Watch by the State Department revealed examples of what appeared to be ‘pay-to-play’ politicis, in which Clinton would receive generous donations to the Clinton Foundation from private and state donors in exchange for government appointments, policy positions, and government contracts….

Can I just complete the picture here?   The reason H wanted to run a private email server outside of government firewalls, security protocols and access logging was to provide a “drop point” for selling secrets to “donors” with some thin facsimile of plausible deniability.   In other words, “pay to play”,    Seriously, could it be more obvious?

Guns and Butter: Michael Hudson: De-Dollarizing the American Financial Empire

Economist Michael Hudson continues his discussion of Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire with a focus on US monetary imperialism; President Trump’s demand for lower interest rates undercuts America’s requirement for foreign investment to fund its domestic and balance of payments deficit, increases the carry trade and turns IMF and World Bank policies on the US; analysis of US economic domination of the world from its position as the world’s largest creditor post-WWI; analysis of US economic domination of the world from its position as the world’s largest debtor after the 1971 close of America’s gold window; emergence of the dollar-debt standard; how war has bankrupted the US; the difference between imperialism and super imperialism; US bribes foreign governments; China’s banking system; China and Russia stockpile gold as the world breaks out of dollar domination.

Depopulation strategy: Premature birth

Preterm babies are less likely to form romantic relationships in adulthood

Adults who were born pre-term (under 37 weeks gestation) are less likely to have a romantic relationship, a sexual partner and experience parenthood than those born full term. The meta-analysis by researchers at the University of Warwick with data from up to 4.4 million adult participants showed that those born preterm are 28% less likely to ever be in a romantic relationship.

A meta-analysis conducted by researchers from the Department of Psychology at the University of Warwick has published ‘Association of Preterm Birth/Low Birth Weight with Romantic Partnership, Sexual Intercourse and Parenthood in Adulthood: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis’ in JAMA Network Open today, 12th of July. They have found that adults who were born pre-term are less likely to form romantic relationships than full-term peers.

In the analysis 4.4 million adult participants those born preterm were 28% less likely to form romantic relationships and 22% less likely to become parents, when compared to those born full term….

The rate of premature births in the United States increased in 2015 for the first time in eight years, and rates are especially high among certain racial and ethnic groups, a March of Dimes report says.

The overall rate rose from 9.57 percent to 9.63 percent, according to data from the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics. Rates in 2015 were nearly 48 percent higher for black women and more than 15 percent higher for American Indian/Alaska Native women compared to white women, according to the report….

Premature birth is associated with lack of vitamin D, which is associated with having dark skin and living under a covert eugenics regime such as the USA.   Don’t want to go that far?   Fine.   It’s all an accident and american medical “science” is a cruel joke.   Either way, you might consider the health benefits of running, as in running away from your doctor as fast as you can.

If the relationship between prematurity and long-term sterility is linear, then you’d get about a 1% reduction in parenthood per day of prematurity.   Social engineers are also demographers and statisticians, so the first thing they’d be thinking about is the “payoff” in routine (non-indicated) birth induction for those with inconveniently high levels of vitamin D,  particularly wrt protocols in poor inner city hospitals where doctors are already rushed and harried anyway.    Establishing a “tolerance” or a window for routine chemically-induced miscarriage under “standards of care” would tend to select for such births.   Heaven forbid that they just leave you alone to have your baby.

Of course there are many other payoffs to racially or poverty – targeted birth trauma besides depopulation.   It is a major source of societal violence, drug addiction and imprisonment.   Fortunately, economists routinely classify such disasters as a source of economic production, so these issues would only add to our GDP.   Probably because disaster capitalism rules the day.

March of Dimes has a global map of preterm birth rates by country at  It seems to be correlated with skin color and the degree of a country’s colonization and/or subjugation.   My guess is that if you weight it by medical costs per capita, you’d have a pretty good map of fabian (as opposed to military) social engineering at work.

Vitamin D Scandal: Deficiency Linked to Premature Birth

Research Coverup of Vitamin D Scandal Continues

High Prevalence of Vitamin D Deficiency in Black Pregnant Women and Neonates Residing in Northern USA

The Umbilical Cord and Premature Deliveries

Autism prevalence and socioeconomic status

Medical Psychopaths Take a Stand Against Violence

The one vitamin you need to prevent heart attacks

There are a few things everyone knows are vital to heart health. Eating healthily, exercising, maintaining a healthy weight…

But there’s another important factor to heart health that most people don’t consider… something proven to not only significantly lower your risk of ever having a heart attack, but also protect your heart from the damage that can occur if you’re living with high blood pressure or diabetes.

Analyzing the blood work of patients who had suffered a heart attack has revealed a common problem — low levels of vitamin D. Yet, no one knew what the link was between heart problems and the “sunshine vitamin” since vitamin D3 is normally associated with bone health.

I have been writing about this for years, but Ohio University scientists and their state-of-the-art nanosensors discovered exactly how vitamin D3 effects the endothelial cells that line your heart and blood vessels.

Not only does vitamin D3 increase the level of nitric oxide in your blood to regulate blood flow and lower your blood pressure, it also lowers the levels of oxidative stress in your cardiovascular system (damage caused by free radicals that accelerates the age of your cells).

Put simply, D3 helps turn back the clock and keep your veins, arteries and heart young.

To top it off, the vitamin pairs with vitamin K2 to remove built up calcium from your cardiovascular system that causes symptoms like high blood pressure, atherosclerosis (or hardening of your arteries) and even diabetes — damage that leads to a heart attack.

Natural sunlight through the eyes and on the skin produces vitamin D which helps with, and is necessary to, the ionization of calcium. Now you understand the push by mainstream medicine to tell everyone to avoid the sun. If people were to get sufficient sunlight, the truth of the worthlessness of their drugs would be exposed….

Resistance Library: Arming You Both Physically and Philosophically to Defend Our Civil Liberties

Resistance Library: Arming You Both Physically and Philosophically to Defend Our Civil Liberties