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Brianna Blaschke – Geochemist Says We Are Being Poisoned By The Aluminum Found In Chemtrails

Renowned nuclear chemist, geochemist, and cosmochemist Dr. Marvin Herndon, PhD., has published a groundbreaking paper in the academic journal Current Science (Indian Academy of Sciences) confirming that humanity is being poisoned by aluminum produced by geoengineering activity. As the abstract reads: “In response to an urgent call through an article in Current Science for assistance to understand the geological association of high aluminum …

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WHY HUMANS EVOLVED TO FEEL SHAME

Feelings of shame are universal in all cultures, and new research could explain why. Studies in the US, India, and Israel suggest that shame—like pain—evolved as a defense. “The function of pain is to prevent us from damaging our own tissue,” says Daniel Sznycer, lead author of the paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. “The function of …

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Horses can read human emotions, University of Sussex research shows

For the first time horses have been shown to be able to distinguish between angry and happy human facial expressions. Psychologists studied how 28 horses reacted to seeing photographs of positive versus negative human facial expressions. When viewing angry faces, horses looked more with their left eye, a behaviour associated with perceiving negative stimuli. Their heart rate also increased more …

Progressive Commentary Hour – 02.09.16 (Hour Two Special)

Prof. Chris Shaw is an associate at the Tyndal Center for Climate Change Research and a Visiting Fellow at the Sussex Energy Group. For the past decade he has researched climate change policies and climate communications, and has conducted research for the Environmental Change Institute, the University of Nottingham, Sussex University and the Institute of Development Studies. Chris received his doctorate in global climate policy from the University of Sussex’s School of Law, Politics and Sociology. He is the author of several books, the most recent being “The Two Degree Dangerous Limit for Climate Change,” which was published last October. His website is DangerousLimits.org

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Aluminum contamination implicated in dementia and bee deaths by David Gutierrez

An insect form of Alzheimer’s disease caused by aluminum contamination may be one of the causes behind an ongoing decline in populations of bees and other pollinators, according to a study conducted by researchers from the universities of Keele and Sussex and published in the journal PLOS ONE. The researchers found that honeybees had levels of aluminum in their bodies equivalent …

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Flower-enriched farms boost bee populations

Flower strips sown into farmers’ fields not only attract bees but increase their numbers, new University of Sussex research has shown. A two-year study of farms in West Sussex and Hampshire in the UK found that England’s most common bumblebee species saw significant population growth where targeted, bee-friendly planting schemes were in place. A number of ‘agri-environment’ schemes have been …