EMF (electromagnetic field) exposure can interfere with calcium channel signaling, which is the most common genetic risk factor for autism. This talk will present a simplified process for systematically reducing EMF and wireless radiation to calm the sensory environment and reduce the known health effects, many of which match the primary symptoms of autism. The first emphasis will be on improving the sleep environment. Some of the reduction methods are free, easy to implement, and can yield significant results very quickly. A protocol for tracking exposures and symptoms will be presented, along with some recommended consumer meters for measuring magnetic fields, electric fields, dirty electricity, and wireless radiation. Professional resources to help with more complex environmental issues will also be shared.
Is the Netflix juggernaut finally dead? Back in April, when Netflix reported strong Q1 earnings, what surprised most investors was the company’s unexpectedly weak outflook, predicting a sharp slowdown in subscriber growth, with roughly 5 million in new subscriber adds.
In retrospect, nobody was prepared for just how bad the final number would be, because moments ago while Netflix reported strong top and bottom line results, it was the collapse in Q2 subscriber growth that is the reason why the stock is…
- More than 200 officers from the FBI and Italian police carried out 19 arrests
- Eighteen were arrested in Palermo and another was detained in New York
- Police say the Mafia clans are trying to re-establish power in the old country
- Photos show suspects in shades and designer labels being arrested in Palermo…
Coming soon to a crime family near you! Child traffickers are being rounded up, put on trial, and if found guilty, will be sent away to a secure facility, for a very long time. Child abuse is a worldwide epidemic, big business in the underground. And the Gambinos don’t go down without the major league criminals in our own country going down too. Be prepared. Read the books of our own dear Kerth Barker. He makes it clear that child trafficking – and worse – has been going on for centuries, if not millennia. Draining the swamp.
One of Italy’s top drug dealers arrested in Brazil after five years on the run
Nicola Assisi, member of the organized crime group ’Ndrangheta was arrested with his son and await extradition to Italy…
A study by the Demoskopika research institute in 2013 claimed the ’Ndrangheta made more money than Deutsche Bank and McDonald’s put together, with a turnover of €53bn (£44bn)….
Central bankers attending the G-7 meeting are sounding remarkably coordinated in their message. The global economy is growing but inflation isn’t. And that, along with the oft-cited global headwinds, means they’re ready and able to add more liquidity to the system. In the case of the U.S. they have virtually promised that it’s underway. They can assure markets that they’re “ready.” But the far more important assertion is driving home that they’re still “able.”
Inevitably, and understandably, the question of whether they’re running out of ammunition to conduct further monetary easing has been the subject of debate. But the last thing they can afford to let happen is for investors, corporations or consumers to conclude that they’re near the end of the line….
One thing they can hint at, but isn’t at all an option for the Fed, is negative rates. The populace simply won’t tolerate it. Aside from the very real issue of whether it’s a trap from which there is no escape, the political fallout would be extreme….
Some Americans have long been concerned that tick borne illnesses are the result of the U.S. government weaponizing insects, having been labeled “conspiracy theorists” for making such claims. But now, some members of the U.S. House are voicing their own concerns that the Pentagon may have in fact weaponized disease-carrying ticks and released them—either accidentally or purposefully.
Unbeknownst to many, the House voted last week to require the Pentagon inspector general to inform Congress of experiments involving disease-infected insects. The amendment was quietly adopted via voice vote on July 11 during the House debate on the fiscal 2020 defense authorization bill, according to Roll Call.
Republican Rep. Christopher Smith from New Jersey authored the amendment that orders the Pentagon inspector general to “conduct a review of whether the Department of Defense experimented with ticks and other insects regarding use as a biological weapon between the years of 1950 and 1975.”
Smith is a co-chairman of the Congressional Lyme Disease Caucus and advocates for increased awareness of the disease and funding for research into finding a much needed cure for the disease that is diagnosed between 300,000 and 427,000 times each year, despite the diagnoses being notoriously difficult to come by.
According to the amendment—co-sponsored by Maryland Republican Andy Harris and Minnesota Democrat Collin Peterson—the inspector general must provide the House and Senate Armed Services committees with a report including “whether any ticks or insects used in such experiments were released outside of any laboratory by accident or experiment design,” if the review reveals that the Pentagon did in fact experiment with tick-borne illnesses.
While U.S. President Richard Nixon banned government research into biological weapons back in 1969, according to Smith, it is possible that research into protecting military personnel from biological weapons attacks may have actually continued.“We need answers and we need them now,” Smith said.
A new book—Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons—has brought the idea of weaponized insects into the mainstream, making the case that the Pentagon engaged in such research and highlighting potential connections between experiments and the spread of tick borne illnesses.
President of the Lyme Disease Association, Pat Smith, said Monday:
“We need to find out: is there anything in this research that was supposedly done that can help us to find information that is germane to patient health and combating the spread of the disease.”
The Senate’s defense authorization bill passed without their own version of the weaponized ticks amendment and it remains unclear whether or not a version including the amendment will reach the desk of U.S President Donald Trump.
Giving credence to the saying, “While the cat’s away, the mice will play,” a new study indicates that pumas and medium-sized carnivores lie low when they sense the presence of humans, which frees up the landscape for rodents to forage more brazenly.
Humans are top predators of many wildlife species, and our mere presence can create a “landscape of fear,” according to researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Fear of humans suppresses the movement and activity of pumas, bobcats, skunks, and opossums, which benefits small mammals. As their own predators respond to their fear of humans, deer mice and wood rats perceive less risk and in turn forage for food farther away and more intensively, they found….
Given the rising prevalence of rodent-spread diseases in LA and SF, maybe the public health officials should be releasing cats.
At the annual meeting of the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) in Montreal, Canada in May, one topic widely debated was the concept of neurodiversity. It is dividing the autism community, but it doesn’t have to….
Neurodiversity is related to the more familiar concept of biodiversity, and both are respectful ways of thinking about our planet and our communities. The notion of neurodiversity is very compatible with the civil rights plea for minorities to be accorded dignity and acceptance, and not to be pathologized. And while the neurodiversity movement acknowledges that parents or autistic people may choose to try different interventions for specific symptoms that may be causing suffering, it challenges the default assumption that autism itself is a disease or disorder that needs to be eradicated, prevented, treated or cured….
Many of those who adopt the medical model of autism call for prevention and cure of the serious impairments that can be associated with autism. In contrast, those who support neurodiversity see such language as a threat to autistic people’s existence, no different than eugenics….
Autism itself is a consequence of vaccine-mediated eugenics insofar as vaccine induced oxidative stress is especially toxic to vitamin D deficient children (i.e. especially black children). The author is calling for the normalization of medically induced brain damage as a new form of civil rights. But the “other side” of this argument is equally problematic. Medicine is in total denial about the issue, so you’re not likely to get help there. Perhaps a more “egalitarian” approach would be universal mandatory brain damage via shock treatment. They can then market drugs for depression in the shock-traumatized children, leading to …. you can see the endless business opportunities here. This is the structure of disaster capitalism, with each imposed problem leading to more opportunities/problems.
Let’s see, should we invade afghanistan or iraq in revenge for 9/11?
A New York judge has ordered the unsealing of records related to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, now that prosecutors have concluded a spinoff investigation of the Trump Organization with no charges.
“The campaign finance violations discussed in the Materials are a matter of national importance. Now that the Government’s investigation into those violations has concluded, it is time that every American has an opportunity to scrutinize the Materials,” wrote Judge William H. Pauley III – a Bill Clinton appointee….
Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused girls during his 13 month work-release prison sentence during which he was allowed to ‘work’ out of his West Palm Beach office for up to 12 hours a day, six days a week, according to attorney Brad Edwards, who represents some of Epstein’s alleged victims.
During a Tuesday press conference in New York City, Edwards introduced a woman named Courtney Wild, who says Epstein began abusing her when she was 14-years-old, according to Business Insider.
Edwards said during the press conference that he raised the accusation to challenge the idea that Epstein was a model citizen while in jail. Edwards also said that Epstein was in his office most of the day during his 18-month sentence, of which he served 13 months, and that he had female visitors under the age of 21.
Edwards said Epstein had sexual interactions with the female visitors that constituted abuse and were similar in nature to the abuses described in the indictment and charges Epstein faces in court, which are one count of sex trafficking of minors and one count of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors. –Business Insider
Wild appeared in court on Monday during Epstein’s bail hearing, saying “I was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein starting at the age of 14,” while standing just feet from the pedophile money manager.
Meanwhile, Bloomberg reveals that Epstein paid millions of dollars to silence accusers – including Wild.
Some of Epstein’s civil settlements exceeded $1 million, according to a person with knowledge of the matter. Three were for a total of $5.5 million, court records show. The total amount of Epstein’s civil payments is unknown, but it’s likely a small fraction of the $559 million that prosecutors say Epstein has claimed as his net worth. …
More than two dozen lawsuits were ultimately resolved in private settlements after Epstein signed a non-prosecution agreement in 2008 that allowed him and four accomplices to avoid federal charges. –Bloomberg
Epstein’s attorneys also used aggressive tactics with the women, according to the report – interviewing friends, neighbors and employers in abusive ways. The girls were grilled about their lives – including criminal records, drug use, and in one case – a history of abortions.
“Does it give you any, any emotional pain that you aborted three fetuses?” asked Epstein attorney Mark Luttier. “Wouldn’t you agree with me that aborting three fetuses would be far more traumatic than giving a man a massage in the nude?” he asked.
Meanwhile, Epstein’s publicist fed stories to the media “impugning the credibility of the victims” which suggested that their “allegations of abuse were made solely to extract money.”
According to the New York Post, Epstein also approached New York City publicist R. Couri Hay several years ago to ‘beg for help with his image,’ allegedly saying “I don’t want ‘billionaire pervert’ to be the first line of my obituary.”
Of note, Epstein is not a billionaire.
Hay’s advice? Go to a mental-health facility for a year, donate to charity, meet the Pope and go meet with his rabbi. Now that he faces up to 45 years in the slammer, he may also want to engage a prison coach.
He’s not a hedge fund manager either. Who finances him?