Mar 16 08:35

Report claims Tesla has been manufacturing FLAWED parts, adding to production delays as they must be 'reworked'

Production of Tesla’s more affordable Model 3 sedan has been hit with numerous delays over the last few months, causing the firm to push back its targets on more than one occasion.

And, according to a new report from CNBC, this could be in part because Tesla has been churning out a high rate of ‘flawed parts.’

Mar 16 08:09

Babies Fed Soy Milk Have Changes In Reproductive System

This is obviously important news for new and expectant mothers who may not be able to breastfeed. The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly…

Mar 15 13:13


US retail giant Walmart has filed a patent for robotic bees that it hopes will be able to pollinate crops just like their real-life counterparts. The ‘robo-bee’ could provide a solution to the ongoing decline of bee populations.

Mar 15 10:56

Top bottled water brands contaminated with plastic particles: report

The world's leading brands of bottled water are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process, according to a major study across nine countries published Wednesday.

"Widespread contamination" with plastic was found in the study, led by microplastic researcher Sherri Mason of the State University of New York at Fredonia, according to a summary released by Orb Media, a US-based non-profit media collective.

Researchers tested 250 bottles of water in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Thailand and the United States.

Plastic was identified in 93 percent of the samples, which included major name brands such as Aqua, Aquafina, Dasani, Evian, Nestle Pure Life and San Pellegrino.

The plastic debris included nylon, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polypropylene, which is used to make bottle caps.

Mar 15 05:50

Schwarzenegger to Sue Big Oil for ‘Murder’

The Terminator is back. And this time he has Big Oil in his sights. Ex-California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has vowed to take on Big Oil “for knowingly killing people all over the world.”

Mar 14 18:43

Chemical burns, explosive fires, they all come free with Amazon power packs

The US Consumer Product Safety Division has issued a recall notice for six types of lithium-ion battery packs sold by AmazonBasics.

The batteries were sold by Bezos' bunch between December 2014 and July 2017 for prices ranging from $9 to $40 and range from larger 16,100 mAh power bricks with integrated USB cables down to tiddly little 3,000 mAh phone rechargers.

"Amazon has received 53 reports of the power banks overheating in the US, including one report of chemical burns due to contact with battery acid and four reports of property damage, including fire and smoke damage," the recall notice reads.

In all around 260,000 of the devices were sold and customers who don’t fancy gambling on the possibility of a trip to the emergency room are advised to send them back to Amazon for a full refund.

Mar 14 11:17

The Western war on truth

The “war on terror” has simultaneously been a war on truth. For fifteen years—from 9/11 to Saddam Hussein’s “weapons of mass destruction” and “al Qaeda connections,” “Iranian nukes,” “Assad’s use of chemical weapons,” endless lies about Gadaffi, “Russian invasion of Ukraine”—the governments of the so-called Western democracies

Mar 14 11:13

Weapons in space race warfare

“The eyes of the world now look into space, to the moon and to the planets beyond, and we have vowed that we shall not see it governed by a hostile flag of conquest, but by a banner of freedom and peace. We have vowed that we shall not see space filled with weapons of mass destruction, but with instruments of knowledge and understanding….

Mar 14 10:19

Dog dies after United flight attendant forces it into overhead bin

On Monday night, a dog died in a plane after a United Airlines flight attendant forced the dog into an overhead bin.

Maggie Gremminger, a passenger on a flight from Houston to New York’s LaGuardia Airport, uploaded a photo of the dog’s owners on Twitter. “I want to help this woman and her daughter. They lost their dog because of an @united flight attendant. My heart is broken,” reads the image caption.

The Points Guy reports that during their flight, an attendant insisted that the woman put her dog, which was held in a TSA-approved pet carrier, in an overhead bin for the rest of the flight.

Passengers heard barking during the flight, but didn’t learn that the dog had died until the flight was over.

Mar 14 10:05

Why US healthcare is more expensive than all other wealthy nations - but life expectancy is the LOWEST

Americans spend nearly twice as much on health care than other high-income countries, yet they have the lowest life expectancy, a new study reveals.

People in the US shell out $9,403 a year on health care services, while wealthy nations like Germany spend on average a little more $5,000.

While it's been said that Americans use more medical services than peer countries, leading to higher costs, the study found salaries of physicians, as well as higher pharmaceutical prices play a significant roles in health care costs.

The study, conducted by researchers at Harvard University, debunks many of the common beliefs people have about why the US spend so much money on healthcare.

Mar 14 09:01


Medical freedom and human rights won when four vaccine bills were defeated. With the concerted efforts of grassroots activists and independent media, all four anti-freedom bills have been officially withdrawn and defeated.

Not long ago, The Daily Sheeple reported that Florida state was seeking to mandate vaccinations of all school children with the horribly ineffective and dangerous HPV vaccine.

According to Green Med Info, the two identical bills submitted to the Florida Senate and the House of Representatives in January mandating HPV vaccines for school children have been defeated. Two other bills released the same month which would have forced those who opt out of vaccines for their children to be entered into a centralized database which would track their whereabouts (and make possible State-mandated “home visits” to coerce and force vaccine compliance), have also been withdrawn from the Florida Senate and House. All four bills were permanently withdrawn on 3/10/2018.

Mar 13 17:35

Amazon Recalls Portable Power Banks Due to Fire and Chemical Burn Hazards (Recall Alert)

AmazonBasics portable power bank, with product ID number B000LRK8EVO printed on the back of the unit.

Mar 13 11:55

A brief history of censorship and how it’s playing out now

Censorship has been considered a legitimate instrument for controlling the political and social position of the masses for centuries. It did not dawn in our current Orwellian state. With the massive YouTube channel bans, social media limitations of reach, shadow banning, and ...

Mar 13 06:31

Facing Budget Cuts, The Infectious Disease Industry Prepares For A Communicable Disease That Doesn’t Exist Yet

Lo and behold, just after an infectious disease expert said in news reports that the world needs to prepare for the next deadly flu pandemic that is predicted to kill 200 million and that the infectious disease industry needs an additional $7.5 billion to prevent such an occurrence (wouldn’t have anything to do with steep budget cuts planned for government agencies that oversee disease control and vaccines, would it?), the World Health Organization (WHO) includes in its 2018 list of disease priorities “disease x.”

“Nobody can tell you what Disease X is, or what it will become, because it is a future planned unknown infectious disease the WHO says it must begin to prepare for.”

Here is how WHO describes it:

Mar 13 05:58

USDA withdraws organic livestock rule

USDA on Monday announced it is withdrawing the beleaguered Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices final rule published in January 2017, citing significant policy and legal issues.

The rule would have added new provisions for livestock handling and transportation for slaughter, and avian living conditions in organic production. It would also have expanded existing requirements for livestock care and production practices.

The Organic Trade Association contends there is overwhelming support for the rule by the organic industry and consumers. In September, it filed a lawsuit against USDA alleging the agency violated the Organic Food Production Act by delaying the rule’s effective date.

The rule was passed in the final days of the Obama administration and was initially set to go into effect March 20, 2017. A regulatory freeze by incoming President Trump pushed implementation back to May 19, 2017.

Mar 13 05:42

Nestle called out for false health claims and deceptive marketing of its infant formula

The baby formula market is worth over $47 billion a year and is expected to increase by a further 50 percent in the next three years. Of the four biggest companies raking in most of these profits – Nestlé, Danone, Mead Johnson Nutrition and Abbott – Nestlé takes the lion’s share of the spoils, with a massive 22 percent market share.

While baby formula is one of the planet’s fastest growing and most lucrative markets, it is also fiercely competitive, with companies allocating massive budgets to marketing campaigns. This is particularly true in third world countries, where mothers longing for westernization have been hooked on formula for decades.

Nestlé is no stranger to controversy. Back in the 1970s, the company was accused of promoting its baby formulas to third world mothers, convincing them that it was more convenient and just as beneficial as breastmilk. In reality, formula is much more expensive and far less healthy than breastmilk.

Mar 13 03:21

Record Afghan Opium Crop Signals Violent Year For US Forces

Despite an escalation of the Afghan conflict under the Trump administration, a record opium coupled with steady Taliban gains, foretell bitter fighting in the coming months for American forces>>>

(*Cleverly the article puts it on The Taliban , like back when America was great .
It fails to give reason for our presence in Afghanistan , albeit , we've been assured by The P.O.T.U.S. that one thing we're not doing is Nation building .
The header should read; "Record Afghan Opium Crop Signals Violent Year for US Forces And A Banner Year For US Pharmaceutical Corporations" , but how can it if it is suggesting that in the midst of all the combat , The Taliban is doing all the opium harvesting , which is victimising our troops , all because nobody was ever actually prosecuted for Reagan Era Iran Contra dealings, from back when America was great , the first time ?)

Mar 12 08:42

The Hidden Truth About Glyphosate Exposed, According to Undeniable Scientific Evidence

According to research scientist Stephanie Seneff, PhD, autism – which she calls “the most pressing disease in the world today” – could affect 50 percent of the children born in the United States by the year 2025. And, although many in the corporately-controlled scientific community roll their eyes at such a warning, Dr. Seneff believes that glyphosate has a lot to do with the problem.

To arrive at her chilling prediction, Dr. Seneff reports that she merely extended the exponential curve that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has employed in their research on rates of autism spectrum disorder over the past three decades. In 2014, the CDC released data on the prevalence of autism in the United States, reporting that the condition affects one in 68 children.

Mar 12 08:01


Television viewers are inundated with drug ads from Big Pharma. It’s a flood.

Have you ever heard of these drugs? Otezla, Xeljanz, Namzaric, Keytruda, Breo, Cosentyz? Not likely. If you have, do you know what conditions they treat? Highly unlikely. But there they are, splashed in commercials.

Why? Who is going to remember to ask their doctor whether these and other obscure meds are right for them?

What’s going on here?


If Pharma can pay enough TOTAL money for ads, for ALL drugs, and dominate the allotted TV time for commercials, it can control the news—and that is exactly what it wants to do.

Mar 10 06:58

EU to approve ‘marriage made in hell’ between Bayer & Monsanto

German drug and crop chemicals maker Bayer is set to win conditional European Union antitrust approval for its $62.5 billion bid for the world’s major seed company, Monsanto, Reuters reports citing its sources.

The European Commission is expected to issue a decision on the deal by April 5.

Mar 09 10:10

Monsanto and Bayer are maneuvering to take over the cannabis industry

It has been rumored for years that Monsanto plans to take over the cannabis industry with genetic engineering just as they’ve taken over the corn and soy industries.

Mar 09 09:52

Sugar recommendations are based on 60 years of industry manipulation of science

Ahhhh, the sweet sugar industry, willing to fudge any numbers to make suckers out of us. All puns aside, this is exactly what the sugar industry did back in the 1960s. Specifically, the Sugar Research Foundation (SRF) secretly funded research at Harvard to downplay sugar’s possible link to coronary heart disease (CHD). The goal was to shift attention to fats as a greater hazard. In the end, the sugar industry succeeded.

Mar 09 09:34

Merck Will Give Young Mothers the Most Dangerous Vaccine of All, Trial

By Markab Algedi

The University of Alabama at Birmingham recently announced a collaboration with pharmaceutical behemoth vaccine producer Merck, to perform Gardasil 9 HPV vaccine trials on postpartum mothers between the ages of 16 and 26, immediately after having their children at the UAB hospital.

The researchers somehow believe not enough people are being vaccinated for HPV, and the desired outcome of the study is officially to get more young women vaccinated...

Mar 09 08:39

Same fructose used in sodas found to damage brain cells... makes you stupid and promotes Alzheimer's

We already know that sugar is bad for our health in general, but a remarkable study shows that its destruction even extends to our brains. That's right: The food you eat could actually be making you stupid.

According to research from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), fructose can damage your brain cells and spur a number of diseases, including Alzheimer's, heart disease, and diabetes.

In the study, researchers fed rats water spiked with fructose for a period of six weeks. This amount is roughly equal to a liter of soft drinks per day for humans. After that period, the rats were placed in a maze along with other rats who had only been given water to drink.

The rats who had been drinking fructose took double the amount of time it took the water-fed rats to complete the maze, even though both groups had received the same level of training. This implies that those who drank fructose were suffering from some sort of memory impairment.

Mar 08 16:44


If you're reading this, you're probably well aware of Pepe the Frog, the cartoon character created by Matt Furie years ago that turned into quite the meme by the 4chan crowd. Over time, the meme morphed into one favored by Trump supporters and the alt-right (though, upset that Pepe has become too "mainstream," that crowd has moved onto something of a derivative work known as Groyper). As you may have heard, Furie has now decided to sue Infowars over a poster the site is selling that puts together a bunch of... well... the crowd of people you'd expect to be fans of Infowars and Pepe.

Mar 08 12:51

Top Pharmaceutical Exec: Aborted Fetus Cells Found In Vaccines Cause Autism

According to an article in the Journal of Immunotoxicology entitled Theoretical aspects of autism: Causes–A review, - Ratajczak says that “Documented causes of autism include genetic mutations and/or deletions, viral infections, and encephalitis [brain damage] following vaccination [emphasis added]."

Therefore, autism is the result of genetic defects and/or inflammation of the brain.”

The article also discusses the potential vaccine-related culprits, including an increasing number of vaccines admitted in a short time period: “What I have published is highly concentrated on hypersensitivity," Ratajczak said in an interview.“

The body’s immune system being thrown out of balance.”

Mar 08 11:14

“The manufacturer of the nation’s second-best-selling anti-depressant must pay $8 million to the relatives of a man who killed himself and three others after taking the drug Paxil, jurors said.”

Jurors in U.S. District Court considering the wrongful death civil suit returned a verdict against SmithKline Beecham today. They received the case Tuesday afternoon.

Relatives of Donald Schell, 60, claim the man, originally from Gillette, Wyo., took two Paxil tablets before shooting his wife, their daughter, his granddaughter and himself to death on Feb. 13, 1998.

The survivors’ lead attorney, Andy Vickery, had asked the jury to award a total of $25 million in damages.

Mar 08 10:04

Australia Wants To Be World’s Main Cannabis Exporter While Denying It To Its Citizens

Many US states at least allow medical cannabis, and you don’t have to have cancer to get it. Australia is much different. There simply isn’t as much of a culture surrounding cannabis in…

Mar 08 09:06

The violence-inducing effects of psychiatric medication

On May 17, 2017, we learned that Chris Cornell of Soundgarden had reportedly committed suicide by hanging. His family reports knowing a different Chris than one who would make this fatal decision, and suspect his anti-anxiety prescription in the altered state he was witnessed to be in the night he died. Perhaps an “addict turned psychiatric patient”, like so many, Chris Cornell seemed to have left the frying pan of substance abuse for the fire of psychiatric medication risks.

For reasons that remain mysterious, those under the influence of psychiatric medication often specifically choose to hang themselves in their moment of peak impulsivity. Some, like Kim’s husband Woody who was never depressed a day in his life but prescribed Zoloft by his internist, even verbalize a felt experience of his head coming apart from his body in the days before he was found hanged in his garage.

Mar 07 19:04

All of Oculus’s Rift headsets have stopped working due to an expired certificate

Someone at Oculus screwed up pretty badly today: An expired certificate appears to have soft-bricked all of the company’s Rift VR headsets, with users still unable to fire up software on the devices and no word of an incoming fix from the company yet.

Issues were first reported several hours ago on Reddit, where a post on the topic has already garnered hundreds of comments. The problem seems to have resulted from Oculus failing to update an expired certificate with the update, which is now leaving users with an error message saying that the system “Can’t reach Oculus Runtime Service.”

Mar 07 08:58

‘Preying on DESPERATION’: Shops charge £8 for bottles of water as taps across UK run dry

GREEDY shops charged up to £8 for bottles of water as taps across the UK ran dry following a horrendous period of winter weather that caused water pipes to burst, it has emerged.

Mar 07 08:17

Shock poll finds £999 X too expensive for happy iPhone owners

"The iPhone X cost twice [as much as my old smartphone] but isn't twice as good. It's for the Rolex wearers," concluded Alistair Dabbs after a fortnight with Apple's flagship.

And it seems many iPhone owners agree. 40 per cent haven't upgraded to the £999 X – and a third say it's because it's too expensive.

Mar 06 19:29

Murder and homicide rates before and after gun bans

Original post: Every place that has been banned guns (either all guns or all handguns) has seen murder rates go up. You cannot point to one place where murder rates have fallen, whether it’s Chicago or D.C. or even island nations such as England, Jamaica, or Ireland.

Mar 06 12:23


We must participate in the PUBLIC COMMENT on the Federal Register by March 27, 2018. Clear itemized instructions are listed below (steps 1 thru 6). We need to make a request to “Expand the Categories to include parents, adults, children, caregivers, legal guardians, and employees to file complaints regarding vaccine situations.”

Mar 06 10:15

Doctors took hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes

How a drug company tricked patients, doctors and insurance companies into prescribing a profitable drug that killed people.

Mar 06 08:18

New Quality-Control Investigations on Vaccines: Microand Nanocontamination

Vaccines are being under investigation for the possible side effects they can
cause. In order to supply new information, an electron-microscopy investigation method was applied to the study of vaccines, aimed at verifying the presence of solid contaminants by means of an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope equipped with an X-ray microprobe. The results of this new investigation show the presence of micro- and nanosized particulate matter composed of inorganic elements in vaccines’ samples which is not declared among the components and whose unduly presence is, for the time being, inexplicable. A considerable part of those particulate contaminants have already been verified in other matrices and reported in literature as non biodegradable and non biocompatible. The evidence collected is suggestive of some hypotheses correlated to diseases that are mentioned and briefly discussed.

Mar 05 19:01

Researchers Use Essential Oils to Successfully Treat ADHD Symptoms

Anna Hunt - Dr. Terry S. Friedmann, a physician associated with the American Board of Hospital Medicine, examined how different essential oils affect the body. Here's what he found.

Mar 05 15:48


The Monsanto Papers are a treasure trove of internal documents slowly released since March 2017 as part of a US lawsuit by cancer victims against Monsanto over its ubiquitous herbicide, glyphosate. They tell a lot about how Monsanto actively subverts science, both in the company’s practices and the way it abuses science’s moral authority to push for its interests.

Mar 05 10:35

‘The Big Fat Surprise’ — Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Are Important Parts of a Healthy Diet

Saturated fat and cholesterol have been wrongfully vilified as the culprits of heart disease for more than six decades. Meanwhile, research has repeatedly identified refined carbs, sugar and trans fats found in processed foods as the real enemy. The first scientific evidence linking trans fats to heart disease while exonerating saturated fats was published in 1957 by the late Fred Kummerow,1 biochemist and author of “Cholesterol Is Not the Culprit: A Guide to Preventing Heart Disease.”

Unfortunately, Kummerow’s science was overshadowed by Ancel Keys’ Seven Countries Study,2,3 which linked saturated fat intake with heart disease. The rest, as they say, is history. Later reanalysis revealed cherry-picked data was responsible for creating Keys’ link, but by then the saturated fat myth was already firmly entrenched.

Mar 05 09:11

Court Decision Could Lead to EPA Banning Water Fluoridation

Awareness Junkie

In a victory for water fluoridation opponents, a judge in the Northern District of California has denied a motion by the Environmental Protection Agency that sought to limit the information available to the court while making their decision on whether or not to ban water fluoridation.

Mar 05 09:09

Federal Court Quietly Rules ‘Assault Rifles’ Not Protected by 2nd Amendment

True, Organic and Free

While Americans watched the 2018 Olympics and mainstream media put on scripted town hall meetings to demonize law-abiding citizens who own guns, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia handed down a blow to the Second Amendment.

This flies in the face of the US vs Miller Supreme Court decision.

Mar 05 09:08

Smashing the Cult of Celebrity and the Disempowerment Game

Waking Times

At the dark heart of corporate consumer culture lie the social programs that mass-produce conformity, obedience, acquiescence and consent for the matrix.

Mar 05 09:05


A federal judge in San Francisco will hear from expert witnesses on the science and safety of glyphosate at critical hearing starting Monday that will determine if plaintiffs around the country can move forward with their legal action againstMonsanto over cancer claims .

Mar 05 09:04

CNN advertiser list, you know what to do!

Threatened to publicly reveal the identity of a teenager for making a political cartoon

Stalked and harassed a senior citizen for being a part of a pro-Trump Facebook page.

Mar 05 09:02

iPhone, iPad, Mac? Here's how long your Apple device will last

Knowing how long your device will last is important when weighing up whether to lay down hard-earned cash on a product.

Now you can do the calculation yourself following instructions from Asymco mobile analyst Horace Dediu, who has crunched the numbers on Apple sales and active devices to calculate the average lifespan of Apple devices.

The average lifespan of all Apple products, including iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches, and iPod touch between 2013 and today is four years and three months, according to Dediu's calculation.

Mar 04 14:49

Dead pets “recycled” into PET FOOD

webmaster comment: Kind of makes you wonder what they do with the dead homeless, doesn't it?

Mar 04 09:53

Research shows food safety gaps in home-delivery meal kits

Speaking on the final day of the 2017 Food Safety Summit in a session on “Home Delivery,” the professor of human ecology presented results of a Rutgers-Tennessee State University study that looked into the integrity of home-delivered dinners. Professor Bill Hallman said researchers placed orders for delivery of 169 meal kits, including entrees of 271 meat items, 235 seafood items, 133 game items, and 39 poultry items. What the researchers found raised concerns about pathogens, packaging, labeling and cold-chain integrity.

The study also involved 1,002 interviews with consumers, and review of 427 domestic food delivery vendor websites. Consumers were found to be a trusting lot as 95 percent said they thought these products are safe. But the Rutgers-TSU research found the products are likely to be left outside for eight or more hours before they are opened and refrigerated. Only 5 percent require a signature upon delivery.