A Brief History of Time

I have a copy of this book… actually two copies. One bought a number if years ago, the second, fairly recent. Just because I own a copy (or two) doesn’t mean I believe what is written. ***Yes that’s my opinion, yours might differ.

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Fire Cider: Horseradish, Chilli & Apple Cider Vinegar

***shared*** Before winter is over altogether I must tell you about Fire Cider – my new favourite tonic to ward off winter ills. Despite all attempts to remain virus-free, I got sick this year. It was nothing but a nasty cold but it left me with a hacking cough for weeks and sinuses so blocked… Continue reading Fire Cider: Horseradish, Chilli & Apple Cider Vinegar

A total eclipse of SANITY: America under the spell of mass hysteria engineered by a dangerous, globalist-controlled media – NaturalNews.com

(Natural News) The total eclipse of sanity is now under way across America. Mass hysteria has gripped the minds of the gullible, many of whom now hallucinate their “reality” on a moment-by-moment basis. Before the Charlottesville violence, the entire Left of America was hallucinating Russians behind every corner. Now, they’re hallucinating Neo-Nazis everywhere they look.… Continue reading A total eclipse of SANITY: America under the spell of mass hysteria engineered by a dangerous, globalist-controlled media – NaturalNews.com

Today’s Theme Music

Originally posted on Michael Seidel, writer:
It’s the last Friday before E-Day 2017, otherwise proclaimed as The Doritos Great American Eclipse of 2017*.  I thought an appropriate song is R.E.M.’s “It’s the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine),” from nineteen eighty-seven. It’s a catchy tune, perfect for a non-apocalypse.…

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KIDS IMPRISONED IN SCHOOLS!

The back to school season is inching closer every day, and that means it’s time to start shopping for essential school supplies and clothing. According to a new survey, more than nine in 10 parents say back-to-school shopping for their children stresses them out. So what’s causing this? The Back to School Stress Infographic portrays… Continue reading KIDS IMPRISONED IN SCHOOLS!

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Saturday Matinee: Mars Attacks!

Originally posted on Desultory Heroics:
“Mars Attacks!” (1996) is a satirical alien invasion film directed by Tim Burton and starring a surprisingly large cast of familiar actors. It’s easy to forget that Burton, now a friend of the establishment, once made films with a misanthropic subversive element. This is in full view in Mars Attacks!…

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Saturday Matinee: The Monkees (The Frodis Caper)

Originally posted on Desultory Heroics:
“The Frodis Caper” (aka Mijacogeo) was the final episode of the music/comedy series The Monkees, and originally aired on March 25th, 1968. Directed and co-written by Mickey Dolenz, the plot focuses on the Monkees’ efforts to thwart a conspiracy by the Wizard Glick (Rip Taylor) to control the minds of…

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Glyphosate Contaminants In Processed Brand Name Foods

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post ? Glyphosate is the main chemical active in several brands of agricultural and corporate farming herbicides used in the growing fields; in GMO seed crop cultures; and in what’s called “preharvest staging” [1].  That’s when the herbicide is sprayed several days…

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The Fatal Soybean

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
The Fatal Soybean Press TV (2013) Film Review Recently 30,000 Argentinean doctors signed a petition requesting their government ban the use of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. The Fatal Soybean is a documentary about the large cluster of miscarriages, birth defects, cancer and autoimmune disease in villages adjacent to Argentina’s…

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Food Inc

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
Food Inc Directed by Robert Kenner (2008) Film Review Food Inc is a 2008 classic only recently available for free on-line screening. Featuring investigative journalist Eric Schlosser and food activist Michael Pollan, it’s the first and (in my view) the best expose of factory farming. This film mainly…

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The Sugar Conspiracy

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
The Secrets of Sugar By Fifth Estate (2014) Film Review The Secrets of Sugar is a Canadian documentary about the conspiracy by the sugar industry and processed food companies to conceal the damaging effects of sugar on human health. For decades, the medical establishment has led us to…

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The Ugly Truth About Monsanto and Genetic Engineering

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
GMO-OMG Jeremy Seifert (2013) Film Review GMO-OMG is an excellent first documentary by a young father on a quest to understand the science of GMO technology and its impact on the environment and human health. The film starts by focusing on the general ignorance of the American public…

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*custody battle* The Return of the Grandbaby

So… father (never been a “daddy” to this baby)  dearest is supposed to be returning our grandchild today. *Yes, it’s been two weeks already. – I never would have agreed to letting him take her out of state, but I’m trying to play nice, and all… But guess what? Yesterday he tells my wife he… Continue reading *custody battle* The Return of the Grandbaby

Letting It ‘Mellow if It’s Yellow’ Is Way Better for the Environment

“If it’s yellow, let it mellow!” Or as they say in the Caribbean, “In the land of sun and fun, we do not flush for number 1.” It’s a maxim held dear by the selective flusher, and despite what cleaning product commercials might have you believe, the practice isn’t necessarily uncouth. But is it as… Continue reading Letting It ‘Mellow if It’s Yellow’ Is Way Better for the Environment

Soundly Proving the Curvature of the Earth at Lake Pontchartrain

Originally posted on KaiserScience:
Excerpted from an article by Mick West A classic experiment to demonstrate the curvature of a body of water is to place markers (like flags) a fixed distance above the water in a straight line, and then view them along that line in a telescope. If the water surface is flat…

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Keeping Hackers Out of Your Social Media Accounts… 

Hackers rarely invent new tricks. Rather, they just find new ways to use old ones. When Tom Van de Wiele — F-Secure Principal Security Consultant — was growing up, taking over IRC accounts and channels was the thing. “Now people amuse themselves with social media accounts and bribing,” he told me. If you have a… Continue reading Keeping Hackers Out of Your Social Media Accounts… 

Not a safe word

Originally posted on language: a feminist guide:
Last weekend a writer named Will Saletan stirred up a hornet’s nest when he tweeted some advice for parents: Teach your daughters to say No firmly, and mean it. Men sense women’s willingness to yield. Make clear you mean business. Like other feminists, I saw this as a…

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