At-home DNA testing kits have become all the rage as people seek to identify their ancestry. The only problem is that many of these companies are Chinese fronts that collect people's genetic blueprints and use them for unknown purposes.
Fukushima, The Radioactive Spill That Keeps On Giving; DDT Dump Discovered Off SoCal Coast; Bayer Held to the Fire Over Glyphosate Deaths; Investigative Journalist, Carey Gillam, Unleashes "The Monsanto Papers."
The World Economic Forum's (WEF) The Great Reset plan includes a complete transformation of the global food and agricultural industries and the dieting of humans. The architects behind this plan are preparing for a meatless society with the introduct
Doctor Carrie Madej , Dr. Sherry Tenpenny, Dr. Eric Nepute, and Dr. Bartlett all share why we should not be afraid of the virus
CDC betrays the Nuremberg Code; mRNA Pioneer, Dr. Robert Malone, Shocks; Have We Already Won?; Del reveals the ALL NEW TheHighWire.com. It's your new home, coming JULY 2021
-- to "Detect COVID-19" Claim 93.5% accuracy in identifying infected individual.
Mouse embryo is grown in a lab from stem cells and features beating heart and nervous system in breakthrough that could help scientists eventually grow organs for human transplants
(Natural News) The engineered spike proteins from SARS-CoV-2 can be STOPPED by a common "weed" that is exterminated from lawns every year.
Whereas a cancer screening requires making an individual appointment with a physician, this simple blood test can screen for 50 separate cancers and detect them at an above-average rate.
Enjoy this conversation between George, Doug and the stars of the widely viewed Plandemic documentary. Mikki Willis and Dr. Judy Mikovits revisit the experience of creating Plandemic and discuss its influence a year after the initial release.
The future of pacemakers? Scientists develop the world's first wireless, battery-free heart pacing device that DISSOLVES within seven weeks
Three years before the deadly collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium complex near Miami, a consultant found alarming evidence of "major structural damage" to the concrete slab below the pool deck and "abundant" cracking and crumbl
America invented silicon solar cells in the 1950s. It spent more on solar R&D than any other country in the 1980s. It lost its technological advantage anyway.
Presently, if a doctor suspects that a patient has a bacterial infection, that person has to provide a fluid sample that is sent off to a lab for analysis. A new device, however, could allow such samples to be analyzed on the spot, within minutes.
A light weight and slim form are two very desirable attributes when it comes to next-gen armor materials, and we're seeing scientists make impressive gains in this area, inspired by everything from sea snails, to animal scales, to finely tuned foams.
A new networking scheme has been introduced that is not reliant on the Internet. It is called Bluetooth Mesh Networking and allows inter-device connectivity via radio only. This video will explain the technology which uses Bluetooth Low Energy as it
STORY AT-A-GLANCE As COVID-19 fears decline, mainstream media now warn that the next flu season may present a formidable threat
There are more possible connections between neurons in the brain than there are stars in the galaxy, making the ole' noggin the most complex supercomputer we know of.
Researchers at Rice University have developed a way to turn carbon from a variety of sources straight into useful forms such as graphene or diamond. The technique uses a "flash" of electricity to heat the carbon, converting it into a final form t
History is littered with anecdotal evidence of the relationship between stress and graying hair, from Marie Antionette's overnight transformation following her capture, to US presidents taking on more salt than pepper during their tenure.
New research led by the Stanford School of Medicine is offering a detailed investigation into brain tissue from those who died from COVID-19.
George Church is a giant in genetics and has started many biotech companies. Professor Church helped initiate the Human Genome Project in 1984 and the Personal Genome Project in 2005.
Researchers from the New York University School of Medicine have developed a brain implant designed to detect pain sensations in real-time and deliver bursts of pain-relieving stimulation.
Google funded research carried out by Wuhan-linked scientist Peter Daszak and his charity for more than a decade, it has been revealed.
Neura Pod is a series covering topics related to Neuralink, Inc. Topics such as brain-machine interfaces, brain injuries, and artificial intelligence will be explored. Host Ryan Tanaka synthesizes information, shares opinions, and conducts interviews
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Despite strong resident protests, the US Environmental Protection Agency and Florida agencies have approved controversial release of millions of genetically-modified or "gene edited" killer mosquitoes into the Florida Keyes.
A baby born weighing less than a pound has beaten the odds and celebrated his first birthday, becoming the most premature baby to survive, according to Guinness World Records.
How Mercury Causes Brain Neuron Degeneration University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics This short presentation available on the University website clearly shows how mercury in fillings can destroy brain neurons as s