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The Gary Null Show – 08.29.16

Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with the latest on health and healing such as Animal Protein Linked to Death by  Thomas Campbell of Center for Nutrition Studies (Cornell). Gary also shares some commentaries on Nutrition, How the US is obsessed with war by Michael Payne, The Dumb Down New York Times by Robert Perry of Common Dreams and more from great …

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Andrew Korybko – Lithium, a Strategic Resource: Here’s Why The US Wants To Break Bolivia To Bits With Hybrid War

So I was scanning Telesur’s website the other day and a pretty interesting story caught my eye. It said that Bolivia had begun exporting 10 tons of lithium to China as the start of what the country hopes will flourish into a multimillion-dollar partnership in the near future. The reason why this is such a big deal and I’m talking about it …

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National Toxicology Program Finds Cell Phone Radiation Causes Cancer

Last night the National Toxicology Program (NTP) of the National Institutes of Health issued the first in a series of reports that contains partial findings from their long-awaited, $25 million study of the cancer risk from cell phone radiation. This report summarizes the study of long-term exposure to cell phone radiation on rats. The report on mice will be issued at a …

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Michael Roberts – The Age Of Political Stupid

As humankind progression goes we’re in an incredible technological age. As an evolved species about 200,000 years on a planet as old as 4.5 billion years, we’ve boldly gone into space, killed off diseases that hitherto wreaked havoc on the earth and, hopefully, we’ve learned from the carnage of the past and now have less and less an appetite for …

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Friendships Better Than Morphine

Friends ‘better than morphine’ – Larger social networks release more pain-killing endorphin, University of Oxford reports People with more friends have higher pain tolerance, Oxford University researchers have found. Katerina Johnson, a doctoral student in the University’s Department of Experimental Psychology, was studying whether differences in our neurobiology may help explain why some of us have larger social networks than others. …

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Is two hours of screen time really too much for kids?

One of the most frustrating issues modern parents face is how to manage children’s screen time. Official guidelines say kids aged five to 18 years should spend no more than two hours a day using screens, and children under two years should not use a screen at all. But in a world dominated by tablets and mobile phones, these limits are proving to be virtually impossible …

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Let’s Create A Better World – 02.13.16

Liz Barris is an activist who has been tirelessly working at making the public aware of the dangers concerning wireless radiation which is coming from various sources in the city and people’s homes. She gives an update on the latest progress in her continuous fight to remedy the situation (or eradicate the technology) which severely affects people who are hyper-sensitive to Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMF’s).
Being one of these people being affected, Liz talks about how her life was disrupted as she got sick where she lived, at home, and at work, causing her to actually have to move several times.
We talked at length about the dangers of radiation and how many people will gradually be affected by it. Currently there are numerous lawsuits around the country concerning people who have already been affected, some becoming extremely sick and others actually dying.

Sources of this radiation include cell phones, cell phone towers, wifi in homes and across the city – as is the case where Liz was living – and also comes from computers, laptops, wireless phones, power lines and smart meters, etc. Smart meters are some of the latest of this technology from gas and electric companies which are being installed on homes, businesses, apartment buildings, and anywhere else that uses those utilities.

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Gary Null, PhD – Radiating Corruption: The Frightening Science and Politics of Cell Phone Safety

In an article published in the New York Times last week entitled “At C.D.C., a Debate Behind Recommendations on Cellphone Risk”, author Danny Hakim discusses the controversy surrounding the potential health risks of using cell phones. Hakim writes that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued guidelines recommending “caution in cellphone use”, due to the potentially harmful effects …

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MILLENNIALS HAVE GOTTEN ROYALLY SCREWED: THAT’S WHY THEY’RE VOTING FOR BERNIE SANDERS

The newest generation of adults are demonized by older generations, all the while suffering our brave new world CONOR LYNCH In recent years, it seems like a cottage industry of sorts has formed around bashing the Millennial generation as a bunch of narcissistic, lazy, entitled, coddled, uninformed digital junkies who just can’t deal with the real world. Though older generations have always complained about youngsters being in trouble, this animus towards …