THE INDEPENDENT THINKER'S CHEMTRAILS FACT SHEET glossy postcards
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Turning Plastic into Diesel Fuel
As we have learned from various documentaries on the subject, the profusion of micro-particles of plastic in our oceans and even our air and water are changing the biology of life. Ineradicable, plastic only becomes smaller in size. A synthetic polymer derived from petroleum, it can be reconverted into diesel fuel. Find out more here.
Wash your synthetic clothes (e.g. fleece jackets) less often; stop using drinking straws and so many plastic bags; how about milk paint ... ? Instead of buying gallons of latex (plastic) paint at Home Depot, put a little lemon juice or vinegar into skim milk, separate out the curd, add natural pigment to the leftover liquid, and paint your walls and furniture. That's how it was done in the old days!
Commerce/Contracts Sequel to Smart Meter Film
This is the road to success, if you want to really change the way things are run in this world.Josh del Sol Beaulieu has made a sequel to Take Back Your Power (his documentary about smart meters) that explains how to hold public officials liable for the harms they are facilitating. Finally, activists are understanding that everything operates through commerce and contracts,and we have the right to refuse to contract. Watch this documentary to begin to see the light ... (sign up here to see Episode 2 for free)
Blind 6-Year-Old Performs Shakespeare
Jonah Manley is now 10 years old and his website is here.Below he performs a speech from Shakespeare's King Henry V.He happens to be blind ...
EMFs and Your Body: Dr. Martin Pall
Dr. Mercola interviews EMF expert Martin Pall. Learn about what happens electrically in your body as EMFs open your cells' voltage-gated calcium channels, especially serious for the brain and heart:
GMOs Revealed Series - Patrick Gentempo
Very worth watching. Dr. Patrick Gentempo of Utah has created nine long interview episodes, titled "GMOs Revealed," with lots of extremely dedicated and knowledgeable people. I strongly suggest getting the set, in DVD form or downloadable form -- includes mp3s and a text transcript. Great $79 deal is here (50% off right now). Dr. Gentempo is re-running the whole series as a weekend special ... sign up here.
Watch Episode 1 here, permanently available on YouTube:
In her 1904 book “Investigations on Radioactive Substances,” Marie Curie wrote that radium had promise, too — diseased skin exposed to it later regrew in a healthy state. Radium’s curious ability to destroy tissue was being turned against cancer, with doctors sewing capsules of radium into the surgical wounds of cancer patients (including Henrietta Lacks, whose cells are used today in research). This enthusiasm for radioactivity was not confined to the doctor’s office. The element was in face creams, tonics, even candy. According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica article that Curie and her daughter wrote on radium in 1926, preliminary experiments suggested that radium could even improve the quality of soil.
And yet from the beginning, there were signs that radiation had sinister powers. In 1901, Henri Becquerel, the first person to observe radioactivity, reported strange burns he received from the vial of radium he carried in his waistcoat pocket. The burns appeared on the Curies’ hands as well. People who worked with X-rays at the beginning of the 20th century had a known tendency to lose their hair and develop burns on their skin and even cancer. In 1904, Clarence Dally, who was Thomas Edison’s X-ray assistant, died of cancer after having both his arms amputated to try to keep it from spreading. For all its anticipated promise in battling cancer, radiation was also clearly carcinogenic.
Perhaps the most tragic demonstration of this involved workers at the United States Radium Corporation factory in Orange, N.J., which in 1917 began hiring young women to paint watch faces with glow-in-the-dark radium paint. The workers were told that the paint was harmless and were encouraged to lick the paintbrushes to make them pointy enough to inscribe small numbers. In the years that followed, the women began to suffer ghoulish physical deterioration. Their jaws melted and ballooned into masses of tumors larger than fists, and cancers riddled their bodies. They developed anemia and necrosis. The sensational court case started — and won — by the dying Radium Girls, as they were called, is a landmark in the history of occupational health. It was settled in June 1928, four months before Marguerite Perey arrived at the Radium Institute to begin a 30-year career of heavy exposure to radiation.
The above article reflects the significant ignorance of the time to the deadly effects of ionizing radiation on biological tissues. Please note that hundreds of independent scientific studies confirm that the effects of non-ionizing radiation (the wireless type) are cumulative, increasing with exposure, and the damage to biological tissues is ultimately similar.