Bluffton, South Carolina, 6/6/18:Arrested for "tampering" with a smart meter Palmetto Electric Cooperative, Inc. forced on her home, Michelle Mancini argued in court that the prosecution (State of South Carolina) had not provided all the evidence in her case.Judge Nancy Sadler agreed and granted an extension of seven weeks to prepare for a jury trial. The new trial date is Friday, July 20, 2018, with a pre-trial roster meeting on July 11th. Also in Ms. Mancini's favor, the judge ruled that lay witnesses may testify.
Maintaining that her arguments could be made at trial, Judge Sadler denied Ms. Mancini's Motion to Dismiss based on the grounds that a vice-president at Palmetto Electric committed fraud when he claimed in a police report that Mancini stole electricity from Palmetto. Back in 2015, Ms Mancini began to ask Palmetto if it would change out the dirty-electricity-emitting smart meter for a safe, non-communicating analog meter, as other utilities do. After numerous requests over more than two years, with Palmetto always refusing to comply, Mancini hired someone to do just that, photographed the entire process, and documented her electricity usage. She sent the documentation along with the smart meter itself to Palmetto's CEO via UPS.
Evidence that Ms. Mancini is seeking from the state includes a recording of a telephone call during which the Beaufort County Sheriff stated to Mancini that the matter concerning the change-out of the smart meter was civil, not criminal. One of his own deputies reviewed Ms. Mancini's documentation of her replacement of the smart meter at her home and stated the same -- further proof that she never should have been arrested.
More about the Mancini case here and here.Please donate to help Michelle prepare for trialhere (costs are running high!)
A recap of what one learns from the wonderful book The Fluoride Deception by Christopher Bryson.Jon Rappoport wrote this article a while back, and it remains a very important summary.
Excerpt: In 1997, Joel Griffiths and Chris Bryson, two respected mainstream journalists, peered into an abyss. They found a story about fluorides that was so chilling it had to be told.The Christian Science Monitor, who had assigned the story, never published it.
Griffiths discovered hundreds of documents from the World War II era. These included papers from the Manhattan Project, launched to build the first A-bomb. Griffiths/Bryson write: "Fluoride was the key chemical in atomic bomb production...millions of tons...were essential for the manufacture of bomb-grade uranium and plutonium for nuclear weapons throughout the Cold War."
The documents reveal that fluoride was the most significant health hazard in the US A-bomb program, for workers and for communities around the manufacturing facilities.Griffiths/Bryson: "Much of the original proof that fluoride is safe for humans in low doses was generated by A-bomb program scientists, who had been secretly ordered to provide 'evidence useful in litigation' [against persons who had been poisoned by fluoride and would sue for damages]... The first lawsuits against the US A-bomb program were not over radiation, but over fluoride damage, the [government] documents show."A-bomb scientists were told they had to do studies which would conclude that fluorides were safe.
Money expert Bill Still gives us a great recap on the system, and shows a real U.S. note -- not a Federal Reserve note! This is legal tender in America, and created without debt. Must see (time code 7:15):
Once in a while a huge power surge of thousands of volts will travel through electricity lines right into homes.Analog meters are grounded,meaning they have a copper bar inside that connects to the ground rod beneath the dwelling. Smart meters have no ground, and cannot do a thing to protect you from a giant power surge.Here's an article describing what happened in Stockton, California, when a truck hit a utility pole and wiped out 5000 homes.
Quote: A power surge left thousands without power in Stockton on Monday after smart meters on their homes exploded.[The surge was heard] as a large pop, a bomb going off, and strong enough to shake a house.
Known as inclined bed therapy, this is catching on like wildfire.Rediscovered by Andrew Fletcher, a British engineer, raising the head end of your bed by 6 inches apparently has huge benefits. We have slept "flat" because it's the norm, yet ancient Egyptian tombs revealed tilted beds, so the idea is not a new one. Animals also sleep on inclines whenever possible, Fletcher notes.
Raise your bed (head end) using books or pieces of wood -- start with 3-4 inches to get used to the slant. You'll wake up feeling quite different -- warm and comfortable and energized, and that's the very least of it. Sleeping tilted greatly improves blood and lymph flow, enabling your body to heal and detox with much greater efficiency. It seems to relieve everything from psoriasis to migraines, as well as digestive issues and sleep apnea (snoring!). Perhaps the cheapest, niftiest health boost in the universe! Read more here.
Jeff Bezos Advocating Relocation to Mars and the Moon
The richest men are banding together on a space program -- without NASA -- to settle some of humanity (not all) on Mars and the moon. If you have followed Martin Kenny on YouTube, you will realize that "Mars" is the realm or territory over the Antarctic ice wall, the next one beyond ours. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Virgin Atlantic mogul Sir Richard Branson are pooling funds "to push humanity towards the final frontier."
Bezos: "We will have to leave this planet. We're going to leave it, and it's going to make this planet better. We'll come and go, and the people who want to stay will stay." He states that our society has to stop growing due to environmental constraints. He sells $1 billion a year of Amazon stock to fund his rocket company, which is "the most important work I am doing."
They're going over the wall, folks! And they're leaving us behind ... Read more here.
Dr. Mercola interviews author Mark Shatzker, whose recent book The Dorito Effect goes into what food companies are doing with flavoring their highly processed products. It appears from animal studies that natural feeding is driven by taste: animals are seeking particular nutrients at particular times -- they don't just wolf down anything that's in front of them. By loading processed foods with designer chemical flavorings, our brain is fooled into believing empty-calorie food contains nutrients, and so we keep eating more.
Shatzker also points out that produce farmers have let flavor go for size and visual appeal. However, he does not connect loss of flavor in veggies and fruits with loss of biome in the soil ...