Wednesday 23 October 2013

POST 108

Hi. An intriguing mystery the Yeti, sometimes known as big foot and other names.  It seems a British scientist has the answer?

 Yeti Could Be 'Prehistoric Giant Polar Bear' Says Professor Bryan Sykes Read more in article.
Confirmed: Chase bank drops the hammer on capital controls; no money allowed to transfer out of USA starting Nov. 17th more:
Desperate times: U.S. women selling hair, breast milk to survive  This sickens me beyond description. The Sacredness of breast feeding, the intimacy of femininity, the beauty of female anatomy and the loveliness of rearing one's child in such a way.  I see this as an affront on womanhood and the shame for any women to have to do this. I cry for the women who have to do this especially whilst there are wealthy bankers, politicians and Bilderbugs. Another assault on Mother Nature, Yin energy and womanhood.    
           Malaria vaccine not as effective as the press claims
The media has been quick to celebrate GlaxoSmithKline’s new vaccine, heralded as the great hope against malaria. GSK announced it is applying for a licence next year, and its share price duly rocketed…but there’s a problem. 
A clinical trial on the vaccine, RTS,S, showed that it is doesn’t have the protective effects that everyone is claiming, and whatever protection it does offer appears to weaken over time. 
Malaria experts have reckoned that an effective vaccine must offer in excess of a 50 per cent level of protection, but RTS,S falls short. In infants aged between six to 12 weeks, it has a protective effect of 27 per cent just 18 months after vaccination, while it gave children aged between five and 17 months at the time of vaccination a 46 per cent reduced risk of malaria. The worrying aspect of the data is that any protection diminishes with time. 
After 12 months, the protective effect in the two age groups was 56 per cent and 31 per cent respectively. 
Although it was simple to win over the media, critics fear the European Medicines Agency and the World Health Organization (WHO) might not be so easily impressed. 
(Source: The Economist, October 8, 2013)

                   Resveratrol in red wine helps beat cancer
If you’re having radiation therapy for your cancer, drink a glass of red wine first. Apparently, it makes the treatment more effective—and the day may come when the wine’s active ingredient, resveratrol, could be recognised as a cancer fighter in its own right.
Melanoma, the skin cancer, and prostate cancer cells are both more susceptible to radiotherapy if the patient has first drunk a glass of red wine or taken resveratrol supplements.
In a laboratory experiment, researchers from Missouri University treated lines of melanoma cancer cells with resveratrol alone or with resveratrol and radiotherapy. The resveratrol killed 44 per cent of the cells, but 66 per cent died when radiotherapy was added.
Earlier experiments on prostate cancer cells achieved similar results.
Right now, the researchers say there isn’t enough evidence for people to ditch conventional therapy in favour of reservatrol, but perhaps that may change when more data is collected.
(Source: Journal of Surgical Research, 2013; 183: 645).   {The above two article courtesy of WDDTY}
Air Pollution 'Leading Cause of Cancer'
Outdoor air pollution is the leading cause of cancer, the World Health Organisation has revealed.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has said that in 2010, 223,000 deaths from lung cancer worldwide resulted from air pollution and said there was also convincing evidence it increases the risk of bladder cancer.
Air pollution, mostly caused by transport, power generation, industrial or agricultural emissions and residential heating and cooking, is already known to raise risks for a wide range of illnesses including respiratory and heart diseases.
Kurt Straif, of the IARC, said: "The air we breathe has become polluted with a mixture of cancer-causing substances.
"We now know that outdoor air pollution is not only a major risk to health in general, but also a leading environmental cause of cancer deaths."
Research suggests that in recent years exposure levels have risen significantly in some parts of the world - particularly countries with large populations going through rapid industrialisation such as China.
In a statement, IARC said both outdoor air pollution and "particulate matter" would not be classified among its Group One human carcinogens.
That puts them alongside more than 100 other known cancer-causing substances, including asbestos, plutonium, ultraviolet radiation and tobacco smoke.
IARC director Christopher Wild said the decision to classify outdoor air pollution as carcinogenic was an important step to alerting governments to its dangers and potential costs.
He said: "There are effective ways to reduce air pollution and, given the scale of the exposure affecting people worldwide, this report should send a strong signal to the international community to take action."

Tesco Sees Nearly 30,000 Tonnes Of Food Thrown Away In Just Six Months

Tesco has seen 28,500 tonnes of food thrown away in the first six months of this year, the supermarket giant has revealed for the first time.
The company said it would be dropping some food promotions, such as some 'buy one get one free' offers, after it was shown two-thirds of produce grown for bagged salad is thrown out. (see more in article).  So many supermarkets, ASDA, MORRISONS, WAITROSE, SAINSBURY'S  COULD FEED SO MANY FREE.

DeGeneres Gives $10k To Waitress Who Paid Bill

 waitress who picked up the lunch bill of two National Guard soldiers has been repaid more than 300 times over by TV star Ellen DeGeneres.
Sarah Hoidahl was working at a restaurant in Concord, New Hampshire, when the two women troops sat in her section for a meal, Fox News reported.
The 22-year-old single mother, who apparently has friends in the military, heard them discussing the government shutdown and mention they were not getting paid.
After they had finished their lunch, instead of delivering the soldiers a cheque, she sent them a note.
It read: "Thanks to the government shutdown the people like you that protect this country are not getting paid, however I still am.
"Lunch is on me thank you for serving ladies! Have a good day!"
The bill cost her $27.75.

Sarah Hoidahl
DeGeneres learned about the act of kindness after the New Hampshire National Guard posted a picture on its Facebook page. She then invited the waitress on to her show.
She gave her the $27 back in cash - as well as a cheque for $10,000 (£6,000) and a 50-inch television.
An emotional Ms Hoidahl buried her face in her hands and thanked DeGeneres as the talk show host repeated: "You're a good person."

Another great person bumped off.  Some authorities will stop at no cost or morality to achieve their foul ends. I have it on good authority they will bring down a train,bus, plane or car with many people on board to get at one or two who are a nuisance or hinder them and or expose their devious perilous crimes.
The next post I give my views on this in a similar way.  Good synchronicity.
This 11min video is vital to view. It smacks of something far larger afoot. It looks to me if Monsanto nuclear Cameron and his Esoteric law proposal and the smoke screen reply could soon be using this program as in link. Esoteric see Post 107A and back links letter to the PM Post 98A. 
Bioelectric Resonance frequency
Information induced by modulation
Motor control cortex  10Hz Motor impulse co ordination
Auditory cortex 15Hz. Sound bypasses ears.
Visual cortex 25Hz.  Images in brain bypassing eyes.
Somatosensory 9Hz. Phantom touch sense etc.

(copy of small print under Orwell's 1984 above) 
You can see that the video You Tube link is easily doable from a black chopper(slang--helicopter) or through TV,Computer, Skype , cell / mobile phone with the update from 1974 and the increase in technology.  I am not breaking any secrets in these diagrams as they have been on the internet for years and Echelon is well documented.  Believe me this is ancient technology to what is in the cupboard so to speak. If you see the advance in Cell / Mobiles, TV, tablets and so on, just use your imagination to see what is around the corner and waiting in the wings to come onto stage.
Access Express | 10/18/13
Most important information--- mind blowing on surveillance.

Malcolm Rifkind Says Security Services Have To Read Emails To Foil Terror Plots (POLL)

The Huffington Post UK  |  By
More people are now declining to use these  machines at airports, so strip searches may be used, the video link above shows the techniques that could be used in the future---if you squeamish be prepared.
SOLAR TSUNAMI AND RADIO BURST: Sunspot AR1875 erupted on Oct. 23rd (), producing an impulsive M4-class solar flare and a loud burst of shortwave radio static. Amateur radio astronomer Thomas Ashcraft of New Mexico was listening at the time of the eruption. "I knew this flare was a strong one by the force of the radio shock front," he says. "It nearly lifted me out of my chair!" Click on the image to hear what emerged from the loudspeaker of his radio telescope:
Advice: Listen to the sound file using stereo headphones. The two channels correspond to two radio frequencies--21 and 28 MHz.
At the time of the flare, Ashcraft was also monitoring the sun using an "H-alpha" solar telescope tuned to the red glow of solar hydrogen. The telescope recorded atsunami of plasma emerging from the blast site. "It's the shadowy wave that races away to the right of the sunspot," Ashcraft points out.
The tsunami was the source of the radio emission. Shock waves at the leading edge of the tsunami cause plasma instabilities in the sun's atmosphere. Those instabilities, in turn, generate shortwave radio emissions. Ashcraft is a regular listener of the sun and he classifies the Oct. 22nd outburst as "one of the strongest radio blasts of the solar cycle so far. Hopefully it bodes well for future activitity.

Kind footballer Kallstrom comforts frightened autistic mascot

The Sweden v Germany World Cup qualifier last week had it all.
Some of the world’s top footballing talent? Check. Goals galore? Eight. Star turns? Chelsea’s Andre Schuerrle got a hat-trick within 20 second-half minutes.
But days later, a photograph from before kick-off has gone viral online and stolen the spotlight from all of the above.
In the pic, as seen above, Swedish midfielder Kim Kallstrom noticed one of the mascots stood near him at the line-ups was looking particularly agitated and nervous at being centre stage alongside some of the sport’s biggest names in front of almost 49,251 people at the Friends Arena.
The child, who is autistic, was then comforted by the Spartak Moscow player in a moment which wasted no time spreading around social media platforms usually awash with negative and cynical aspects of ‘the beautiful game’.
It’s truly a heartwarming little moment, and a nice reminder that not all footballers are purely self-serving and money-driven…


It’s not a good time to be a drug company employee. Increasingly, those at the top of Establishment medicine are joining the ranks of whistleblowers like us calling for medicine to be decoupled from the pharmaceutical industry.
One of the biggest canaries at the moment is Peter Gøtzsche, none other than the head of the Nordic Cochrane Centre, the Scandanavian arm of the Cochrane Collaboration, an independent research and information centre committed to preparing, maintaining, and disseminating reviews of the various treatments of mainstream medicine and examining whether they have adequate evidence of safety and effectiveness.  Cochrane was the first group of individuals to champion the notion of‘evidence-based’ medicine – that is, medicine shouldn’t be used unless there’s evidence that the stuff works.
Gøtzsche is a guy after my own heart. When asked to speak at a Danish Society for Rheumatology event, called ‘Collaboration with the drug industry.  Is it THAT harmful?’ Peter’s opening gambit was to highlight the fact that Pfizer, one of the meeting’s sponsors, had been fined $2.3 billion in the US for promoting off-label use of four drugs, while Merck, the sponsor the year before, had been responsible for the deaths of thousands due to deceptive information about its arthritis drug.
Gøtzsche’s  latest book, entitled Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma has Corrupted Healthcare’ (Radcliffe Publishing Ltd) pulls even fewer punches. The book essentially makes the point that the drugs industry uses virtually every tactic used by the mob to sell its products.
He even quotes a former vice-president of Pfizer as saying, ‘It is scary how many similarities there are between his industry and the mob.  The mob makes obscene amounts of money, as does this industry.  The side effects of organized crime are killings and deaths, and the sides effects are the same in this industry.  The mob bribes politicians and others, and so does the drug industry.’
Perhaps even more extraordinary than the careful case made by this blunt soothsayer is the fact that Richard Smith, the former editor of the British Medical Journal, agreed to write the book’s foreword. In the book, Smith points out, the characteristics of organized crime include extortion, fraud, federal drug offences, bribery, embezzlement, obstruction of justice obstruction of law enforcement, tampering with witnesses and political corruption.
“Peter produces evidence, most of it detailed, to support his case that pharmaceutical companies are guilty of most of these offenses,” says Smith. Indeed, most of the billions paid out as fines by the drugs industry for flouting the law as thought of as ‘the cost of doing business.’
“As an epidemiologist with very high numerical literacy and a passion for details, so that he is a world leader in critiquing clinical studies, Peter is here on very solid ground,” says Smith. “He shows too how the industry has bought doctors, academics, journals, professional and patient organizations, university departments, journalists, regulators and politicians. These are the methods of the mob.”
This is only the latest canary from among Establishment medicine to blow the whistle on Big Pharma. Marcia Ancell, the editor for two decades at the new England Journal of Medicine, recently published her own book:  The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It.
All of the major medical journals, from the BMJ and the Lancet, to the Journal of the American Medical Association and the New Eng Journal, have revealed the scale of the problem – that correctly prescribed drugs are the fourth leading cause of death, that drug companies massage and make up data.
Medicine should be a gift to us all rather than a money-making scheme for the pharmaceutical industry, as it now largely is.
With that in mind, we suggest that the following be implemented.
     I.            An independent funding body should be created to finance all medical trials, whether of drugs, other forms of therapy or alternatives
 II.            Doctors should be required to spend one year of their five-year training learning about nutrition, alternative modalities and new possibilities
III.            Drug-company influence should be entirely excluded from medicine, from training colleges and from trips abroad
IV.            Doctors should be rewarded for adopting non-drug therapies, thus saving the nation at least one small part of the £160 billion spent every year on drugs by the NHS.
But most of all, we need to open up the entire field of cancer—our understanding of what it is, what causes it and how it could be treated—while taking on board new understandings of the body and the impact upon it of the environment, stress and emotions. As a researcher once commented when asked whether research into alternative healing should continue, “We can’t find the answers if we don’t keep asking the questions.”
We will shortly announce our campaign for freeing medicine from the pharmaceutical industry, so that doctors and patients alike are free to use an entire toolkit of modalities to get and stay well.
{Courtesy of Lyn Mc.Taggart  WDDTY. }
Look me in  the eye.
Take care now. Be Well. Geoff

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