One might think this is a spoof article, but it is quite serious. The author, Joanna Verran, is a Professor of Microbiology at Manchester Metropolitan University. That anyone would even have such a discussion in this context, with such rampant specul
Who lets these people loose? Their crystal ball is all fogged up with their own hot air over climate panic, so they suggest that maybe this isn't the time to have children. This is purely Technocratic thinking. ? TN Editor
Busybody environmentalists who know little to nothing about agriculture make statements like this: "The issue for agriculture is identifying the actors and creating levers for change." It's all about forcing you to change your behavior in a way
By: Alex Pietrowski / (The Waking Times) Monsanto must now consult with indigenous communities throughout the Yucatán peninsula before they will be granted any future permits for GMO soy farming, as of a court decision in early November 2015. Monsan
To understand John McLaughlin, it was helpful to have been a 13-year-old entering an all-boys Jesuit school in the 1950s. For when John yelled "Wronnng" at me from his center chair of "The McLaughlin Group," it hit with the same familiar fin
Chris Waid (Founder) and Luke Leighton (Engineer) at ThinkPenguin provide an update on the Linux-Based Computer/Operation - Grant Smith (Director - Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy) on the Israel lobby - Michael Belfiore (Author, Writer)
So you've been training to be a better fighter. Maybe you take classes or maybe you've read AoM's numerous articles on self-defense and have been practicing with a friend. You are no Bruce Lee, but you feel like you could hold your own against
With parabiosis blood swapping all over the news lately how far are we away from what I predicted in my novel "One Nation Under Blood"? Can you really use a young person's blood to reverse aging in older people?
Faced with the prospect that its proxy armies in Syria will never be able to overthrow the government and rule the country, the US seems to be shifting toward more direct confrontation with the Syrian government and the Russians. Are they going for b
Ted Thornhill for the Daily Mail UK reports Turkish police issued 187 arrest warrants and raided some 200 homes and workplaces on Thursday as their investigation into last month's failed military coup shifted towards the business community, media r
Zoie O'brien for Express UK reports AN ATTEMPTED break-in at the Ecuadorian embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is living was foiled this morning. Security was scrambled at the London building sparking international concern Assange was t
She was hit with a $700 fine instead of a warning.
James Grant, Wall Street expert and editor of the investment newsletter «Grant's Interest Rate Observer», warns of a crash in sovereign debt, is puzzled over the actions of the Swiss National Bank and bets on gold.
The nation's young people have been given front-row seats for an unfolding police drama that is rated R for profanity, violence and adult content.
A proposal has been issued by U.S. Customs and Border Protection to collect social media handles from visitors to the United States from visa waiver countries. The Electronic Frontier Foundation opposes the proposal and has commented on it individual
There is a growing trend among consumers to seek natural products, whether it's the rise in demand for organic fruits and vegetables noted by major grocery store chains, or the burgeoning natural skincare industry.
Time to tend to your G3: guns, gold and groceries.
Scientists have created tiny quantum dots in graphene
In what was likely the most anticipated "surprise" announcement in French politics, moments ago Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced he will run for next year's presidential election, with a statement on his facebook page.
His successor, whether Democrat or Republican, opposes it, as does most of his party. Delegates at the Democratic National Convention waved signs saying "T.P.P." slashed by a bold line, while the Republican Party platform opposed any vote on it i
Is Crimea about to explode? The mainstream media reports that Russia has amassed troops on the border with Ukraine and may be spoiling for a fight.
A while back I wrote a piece, The Most Dangerous Letters in the World Aren't SCS…They're CPEC.
On Aug. 17, TV interviewer Charlie Rose gave former acting CIA Director Michael Morell a "mulligan" for an earlier wayward drive on Aug. 8 that sliced deep into the rough and even stirred up some nonviolent animals by advocating the murder of Rus
The FBI's year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state that had not been disclosed by her attorneys, and a federal judge on Monday pressed the State De
Level of fentanyl found in musician's body was so great no one could have survived it.
Like you, I've heard "united we stand, divided we fall" hundreds of times, probably thousands. If fact, we've heard it so many times that by now it triggers emotions in us: All together we can't be stopped! And so on...Except that it's ma
Economic growth has been slowing for the past 50 years, but relief might come from an unexpected place -- a new form of manufacturing that is neither what you thought it was nor where you thought it was.
NPR PROMOTES THE IDEA OF A CARBON TAXING US FOR HAVING KIDS BECAUSE WE'RE CAUSING CLIMATE CHANGE
A well-functioning democracy depends on a well-informed electorate. But is it possible to have a well-informed electorate once a nation gets to the size and complexity of the United States?
The FBI has confirmed they have uncovered nearly 15,000 emails from Hillary Clinton's private server from her tenure as Secretary of State that were previously undisclosed.
Vasudevan Sridharan of the International Business Times reports, it has just come to light that South Korean forces scrambled fighter jets to escort three Chinese military planes after they entered an overlapping air defence zone. The Chinese aircraf
Justin Huggler for New York Times reports Germany plans to tell its citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe for the first time since the end of the Cold War, according to reports.
Can Russia Survive Washington's Challenge? News services abroad ask me if President Erdogan of Turkey will, as a result of the coup attempt, realign Turkey with Russia. At this time, there is not enough information for me to answer. Speculation in
About two months ago, I could not access Forbes. I got a message: turn off your ad-blocking software. I didn't. I notice that Forbes has reverted to its three-second delay strategy.
TIME magazine has written yet another horrible article, this one basically calling for the Internet to be controlled and censored because of too many "trolls."
without POLITICAL freedom. (NaturalNews) Every Natural News reader agrees on the fundamental principles of health freedom, food freedom and medical freedom. We all believe in the basic human right to grow our own food, save seeds, choose the medica
2016 is the year many, many Americans began to question whether or not our elections, and to a lesser extent, our democracy (insert "it's a constitutional republic, big difference!" here) are rigged.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IS DONE WITH PRIVATE PRISONS. WILL ICE DROP THEM TOO?
You've probably never thought much about how to lace your dress shoes and I don't blame you. I don't think much about it either.
Any society that tolerates this systemic exploitation and corruption as "business as usual" is not just sick--it's hopeless.
In the summer of 1972, state-of-the-art campaign spying consisted of amateur burglars, armed with duct tape and microphones, penetrating the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee.
Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis marched on Saturday in support of Shiite Houthi rebels and their ally, former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Syrian Warplanes Continue Overflights Around Hasakeh
He wants US intervention – on the side of Islamist head-choppers
AN ATTEMPTED break-in at the Ecuadorian embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is living was foiled this morning.
A leaked Army operational security brief appears to show Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former CIA Director David Petraeus listed as two key examples of potential insider threats.
On June 4, 2016, the New York Times editorial board wrote an article titled "Big Money Rearranges Its Election Bets."