What is reality? Is reality what we’re seeing in our brain? Or is reality what we’re seeing with our eyes? The truth is the brain does not know the difference between what it sees in its environment and what it remembers, because the same specific neurones of fire. But then it asks the question: what is reality?
~Joseph Dispensation (What the Bleep Do We Know!?)
Let the conspiracies begin.
And for those peeps that don’t like “the daily sheeple”:
But for me, I just don’t have much use for msm (mainstream media).
To each their own.
One of my favorite things to do at night is to surf Youtube. You can find all kinds of movies, documentaries, and useless information. But, you can also find useful stuff too.
Take this video I found last night: Warning: Strong language!
In it, some of you favorite foods such as hazelnuts and orange juice, are revealed for the manipulated frankenfoods they are.
Let’s begin with hazelnuts. For those of you who love nutella, that great hazelnut flavor you love is enhanced with chemical compounds. These compounds are used to fool you into thinking you are eating something delicious, when in fact, you are eating something that is not what you think.
By the way, this is what Nutella is really made of:
Sugar, vegetable oil, hazelnuts (13%), cocoa powder (7.4%), non-fat milk solids, emulsifier (soy lecithin), flavor (vanillin)
Not exactly healthy.
Ahh, that refreshing glass of fresh squeezed orange juice. Well, would you still drink that OJ if you knew it was probably sitting in a big vat for over a year and that the people who created CK1 were hire to create a “flavor pack” to enhance that tasteless orange water?
You are probably eating more unused newspapers than you think. Flour and oils in processed foods are being replaced more and more with cellulose, which is unrefined newspaper. It’s a really cheap alternative, although you won’t be seeing that savings in the prices you pay at the supermarket anytime soon.
There is a whole list of products in the video that use cellulose. Now, it is harmless if not indigestible. In fact, the laxative Citrucel uses cellulose. But if you think you aren’t paying for wood pulp, think again folks.
Like Japanese food? That wasabi you are eating is horse radish, mustard and food coloring. That california roll-made from white fish slurry, and it contains wheat gluten to boot.
There is more to the video, but you get the picture. It stands to reason we can do better.
I am not posting this to scare or disgust you. I am posting this to make you aware of what you are putting in your body. I am not a health nut by any means, but if you want to avoid frankenfoods, eat the real thing, like real fruit and veggies. Buy organic whenever possible.
So the next time you are enjoying that Nutella on toast and OJ, just be aware.
Of all the ideas that became the United States, there’s a line here that’s at the heart of all the others. “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and provide new Guards for their future security.”
~Ben Gates (National Treasure)
Students at 9/11 memorial are told they can not sing National Anthem.
These kids have just learned the most important lesson in modern Orwellian America from their choir teacher: “You need to respect authority even if you don’t understand it.”
I’m surprised that the school system didn’t research the requirements for this event, before hand.
~~actually, I’m not surprised at all~~
VA Has Been Shredding Documents Needed for Veterans’ Claims
Stars and Stripes | Apr 16, 2016 | by Dianna Cahn
Department of Veterans Affairs investigators conducted spot checks at 10 veterans benefits offices around the country and came to a disturbing conclusion: The VA has been systemically shredding documents related to veterans’ claims — some potentially affecting their benefits.
The VA Office of Inspector General conducted the surprise audit at 10 regional offices on July 20, 2015, after an investigation into inappropriate shredding in Los Angeles found that staff there was destroying veterans’ mail related to claims, according to an OIG report released Thursday.
Investigators arrived unannounced at regional offices and sifted through 438,000 documents awaiting destruction as of 11 a.m. Of 155 claims-related documents, 69 were found to have been incorrectly placed in shred bins at six of the regional offices: Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Reno, Nev. There were none at Baltimore, Oakland, San Juan and St. Petersburg, Fla.
Investigators determined that two of the 69 documents affected benefits directly, nine had the potential to affect benefits and the rest would not affect benefits but were required to be in the claims folders before destruction and were not there.
It was enough, the report said, to conclude that not only were the problems systemic, the impact could be serious.
“The potential effect should not be minimized,” the report concluded. “Considering that there are 56 [VA regional offices], and if weekly shredding is conducted, it is highly likely that claims-related documents at other VAROs are being improperly scheduled for destruction that could result in loss of claims and evidence, incorrect decisions and delays in claims processing.”
The findings were the latest in a stream of mishandling of veterans care and benefits at the beleaguered Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA has been embroiled in scandal since the spring of 2014, when revelations emerged that the appointment wait list at the Phoenix VA Medical Center was so long that managers had manipulated the schedules to cover up delays. Patients had languished for months and in some cases years awaiting treatment. Some of them died before receiving care.
In February, the inspector general’s office, under pressure to publicize its findings, released dozens of investigations into wait times at various VA hospitals showing the problem persists across the system.
In Thursday’s report, the inspector general’s office determined that the errors in destroying claims documents in general stemmed from a lack of understanding of the Veteran’s Benefits Administration policy on managing paper records. The VBA’s policy was revised in 2011, three years after the policy was created. The report said management and staff found the policy “unclear and confusing.”
It also found that records management staff were often tasked with other duties that sometimes diverted them from their duties of reviewing documents scheduled for destruction.
“VBA’s policy is outdated, lacks standardized procedures for records management staff and increases the likelihood for VARO staff to destroy claims-related documents without supervisory-level review,” the report said.
The OIG’s office recommended that the Acting Under Secretary for Benefits Danny Pummill revise the policy to ensure claims documents are clearly identified, and that there are detailed and standardized procedures for records management staff to review documents. It also called for safeguards to ensure that the documents get the mandated levels of review, that employees comply with the policy and that supervisors conduct periodic reviews of the claims-related documents slated for shredding.
In its response, the Veteran’s Benefits Administration concurred with the recommendations and agreed to revise the policy and also realign staff responsibilities to “ensure procedures are in place to track all shredding violations identified.”
But it denied that the findings indicated a systemic issue.
“VBA knows that every veteran’s record is important and regrets these human errors,” the response said. “However we disagree that a fraction of a percentage error rate is indicative of a systemic issue.”
It seems that I have always been ahead of my time. I had to wait nineteen years before Niagara was harnessed by my system, fifteen years before the basic inventions for wireless which I gave to the world in 1893 were applied universally. ~Nikola Tesla
You may not like David Icke or his idea of “reptilian” government, but you just can’t say that Trump will make things better… You just can’t.
Big data can spot things we’d never see coming. But are companies like Google and Amazon responsible for telling us the bad news?
“If I’m on a park bench, and I’m next to someone, and I hear them talking about symptoms of cancer, am I obligated to turn around and tell them they might have cancer?”
Samuel Volchenboum, Director of the Center for Research Informatics and Associate Professor of Pediatric Oncology at the University of Chicago, lets the question float in the air for a moment before breaking his own silence.
“You’ll get different answers depending who you ask.”
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Cryptozoology is an unrecognized field of study that pursuits and studies evidence involving creatures of speculations, believed to be either an undiscovered or extinct species such as Yeti, Loch Ness or the Jersey Devil. Those working in this area, always have the burden of proving the existence of creatures considered to be a myth or unreal.
Any evidence presented, is automatically met with argument and skepticism. To demonstrate, any eye witness reports of the Jersey Devil is disregarded as a hoax, misidentification, or some kind of hallucination. Visual recordings in the form of pictures and videos are considered as fakes generated by computers. Physical evidence collected, such as tracks, hair, spools, etc, which could show the plausibility of a cryptid creates demands for DNA proof that seems to be considered inconclusive once produced.
The only confirmation anyone would accept as proof to the existence of any cryptid is either when one is captured or a body is found. In the case of Bigfoot, one has not been caught as it continues to be elusive and no remains have yet to be discovered. This has created a new argument to Sasquatch not being real as it still remains evasive with the advancement of technology and increasing human populations. Yet I could ask the same question on how wanted individuals could avoid capture from authorities for decades. Still, this is a valid point that I wish to address, unfortunately there is more than one answer or theory to explaining why Bigfoot has been this elusive. Here they are:
Limited Population. In North America, there is a small population of Sasquatch roaming the forests,uh numbering maybe several hundred, hiding within the vast wilderness.
Intelligence. Bigfoot possesses a human like intelligence and how do you find something that doesn’t want to be found. Sasquatch has learn humans pose and threat and developed methods to evade detection. Simple techniques as active at night, burying the dead, avoiding any human contact will make the creature more challenging to locate when they are out-thinking you in the woods.
Supernatural. Bigfoot is supernatural either possessing magical abilities, such as becoming invisible, or a spirit that periodically manifest itself to be seen and heard to later disappear from sight.
Alien. Some time back in the 1970s, there were sightings of UFOs where witnesses also reported encountering Bigfoot. Sasquatch is believed to be an alien that teleports back to its ship when confronted by humans. The creature will never be found as its not from this planet. I don’t put much stock into this theory which will be explained in a future article.
Extra Dimensional. The theory is Bigfoot originates from another dimension and pops in and out of our dimension at will. If this holds true, good luck in finding Sasquatch.
In the end, there are only two possibilities concerning this cryptid within this world. The first one being the creature exists and possesses some amazing skills not to be seen or detected. The second would be what I discovered among conspiracy websites that no one will ever find Bigfoot because he never existed. Reasons yet unknown, a group or organization, for the past 80 years has been putting on hairy gorilla suits and running through woods to reinforce the legend. Everything we know of this cryptid is nothing more then a man made hoax.
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We need no urging to hate Humans. But for the present, only a fool fights in a burning house.
~Kang (Star Trek, Day of the Dove)
I am not young, but I do not like to think of myself as being old. However, I do need to think of the practicalities. I am 57 years old and I live in a city where not one single relative of mine li…
I can’t believe how far this SJW influence has come.
They will happily ruin people’s lives for the sake of politics.
Breastfeeding is the definition of natural, it’s a condition of being mammal, and every reasonable study conducted has proven it is better.
A new article in the journal Pediatrics is calling on health professionals to stop saying thatbreastfeeding is natural, arguing that doing so gives the impression that natural parenting practices are healthier. The authors have started a public campaign to end the positive use of the word natural, claiming that it is associated with such “problematic” practices as home birth, homeschooling and the rejection of GMO foods, and that natural parenting movements are interfering with vaccination efforts.
In the article, Unintended Consequences of Invoking the “Natural” in Breastfeeding Promotion, Jessica Martucci and Anne Barnhill, Medical Ethics and Health Policy researchers at Penn Medicine, wrote:
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