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    Blog Posts: Activism

    1. So Where Are the Bodies?

      by orthomolecular
      Vitamin Supplement Safety Confirmed by America's Largest Database The new annual report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers shows zero deaths from multiple vitamins; zero deaths from vitamin A, niacin, vitamin B-6, vitamin D, or vitamin E. Two people are alleged to have died from vitamin supplements in the year...
    1. Why It Herbiside Glyphosate Needs to Be Banned

      by orin
      By Dr. Eva Sirinathsinghji and Dr. Mae-Wan Ho Institute of Science in Society, October 10, 2012 An Institute of Science in Society special report sounds the alarm on the evidence of harm from the increasing use of glyphosate-based herbicides,...
    1. Freedom of Information and GMO labeling

      by Dr L
      The debate goes on between big money and marketing, and consumers rights to make personal choices. Recent newspaper articles have highlighted all of the “reasons” that Monsanto, DuPont, Bayer, and the parent companies of Cheerios, Chef Boyardee, Nestles, Coke and Pepsi are...
    1. Turning Vaccine Exemptions Into Class Warfare

      by Dr L
      One of the most important health organizations in America today is the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC). The NVIC is a non-profit advocacy organization with the mission of informing parents on vaccines, vaccine rights, and protecting the right...
    1. Terrifying New GMO Cancer Scare: Rats Fed GMO Develop Huge Tumors

      by Mike
      70% of females suffer early death A new study from french researchers at Caen University in France has found that rats given a diet of one of the bestselling strains of genetically modified corn suffered tumors and multiple organ damage The research is published in the International Journal of Biological Sciences. ...
    1. Public Library Censors Nutritional Research

      by orthomolecular
      U.S. National Library of Medicine is Biased and Taxpayers Pay for It. Commentary by Andrew W. Saul, Editor Most medical journals are easy to access on the internet through a huge electronic database known as Medline or PubMed. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez or http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed) This...
    1. The Electromagnetic War on Humanity

      by Zen
      by Zen Gardner It gets worse by the hour. While France wisely outlawed wi-fi in its schools due to its serious effects on children, more appliances, transmitters, signals, antennas, phone masts, dishes, and electronic gadgetry is being added by the minute. And we’re...
    1. Evidence-Based Medicine: Neither Good Evidence nor Good Medicine

      by orthomolecular
      by Steve Hickey, PhD and Hilary Roberts, P Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the practice of treating individual patients based on the outcomes of huge medical trials. It is, currently the self-proclaimed gold standard for medical decision-making, and yet it is increasingly unpopular with clinicians. Their reservations reflect an intuitive understanding that...
    1. Support Prop 37 GMO Labeling in California

      by Dr L
      In what is sure to be a hard fight, California may be the first state to implement mandatory GMO labeling through the 2012 California Ballot Initiative process. The initiative comes after decades fighting U.S. food companies to let consumers know when their products are made with GMOs (genetically modified organisms)....
    1. The Battle over Genetically Modified Organisms

      by orthomolecular
      Personal viewpoint by Howard Straus If you are wondering whether a discussion of GMOs is a fitting subject for this newsletter, consider that Linus Pauling defined "orthomolecular" as "the right molecule." Genetically modified food may be an example of wholesale ingestion of wrong molecules. Howard Straus, who you may remember from...
    1. The Battle over Genetically Modified Organisms

      by nm
      From: Orthomolecular Medicine Personal viewpoint by Howard Straus If you are wondering whether a discussion of GMOs is a fitting subject for this newsletter, consider that Linus Pauling defined "orthomolecular" as "the right molecule." Genetically modified food may be an example of wholesale ingestion of wrong molecules. Howard Straus,...
    1. Genetically Engineered Soybeans: Let Your Voice Be Heard

      by nm
      We saw this post on The Delicious Truth and thought it important to pass on. Please take action. I received the following action alert yesterday from the Center for Food Safety concerning genetically engineered soybeans and...
    1. Our Reality Redefined – But Don’t Accept It

      by Zen
      by Zen Gardner You might be noticing the old notions of the world around us are slipping away. Just as the new milky, metallic skies are now integrated into society and taken for granted as the norm, many other physical and societal...
    1. 5 Stages of the Awakening

      by Zen
        By Silver Shield “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it.” -Henry Ford One of the greatest challenges to becoming Totally Free is to be able to think independently from everyone else....
    1. The Outlook Ain’t Pretty – But Who’s Looking?

      by Zen
      by Zen Gardner If you’re reading the “signs of the times” like any thinking person, the outlook isn’t good. While phony political processes cloud the air with smoke, mirrors and idiotic political air horns, UN and foreign troops are reportedly training on...
    1. Financial Activism: How To Defeat the Money Power

      by Zen
      RealCurrencies by Anthony Migchels, founder of the Dutch Barter System For eighty years a major not for profit, private currency has been operating in the heartland of Europe. In Zurich, almost next door to the Bank of International Settlements...
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