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More Dangerous than GMO's! ~ BioEngineered NanoFoods ~ but Shhh It's a Secret!

More Dangerous than GMO's! ~ BioEngineered NanoFoods ~ but Shhh It's a Secret!

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Health Risk of the Trihalomethanes Found in Drinking Water Carcinogenic Activity and Interactions EPA Grant Number: R825384Title: Health Risk of the Trihalomethanes Found in Drinking Water Carcinogenic Activity and InteractionsInvestigators: Pereira, Michael A. Institution: Medical College of Ohio EPA Project Officer: Hiscock, Michael Project Period: January 9, 1997 through January 8, 2000 Project Amount: $442,347 RFA: Drinking Water (1996) RFA Text | Recipients ListsResearch Category:Drinking Water , Water Description: The use of chlorine to disinfect water for the purpose of drinking produces low levels of various disinfection by-products with the trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids being the most common. The trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids have demonstrated carcinogenic activity in laboratory animals. Numerous assumptions are needed in estimating the health hazard of exposure to trihalomethanes in drinking water when using results of their chronic bioassays that employed corn oil gavage as the vehicle.

Genes: How few needed for life? What are the fewest genes needed to sustain life? To test that, scientists started with a microbe having one of the smallest known genomes — or entire sets of genetic instructions. Then scientists figured out the magic minimum for this microbe, which was 473 genes. By whittling down the genes to this number, scientists learned a lot about biology. But there is still much to discover. Researchers still aren’t sure exactly what almost a third of its genes do. CYBERNETICS Parent Node(s): Web Dictionary of Cybernetics and Systems (1) The science of communication and control in animal and machine. (2) Perhaps because the field is still young, there are many definitions of cybernetics. Norbert Wiener, a mathematician, engineer and social philosopher, coined the word "cybernetics" from the Greek word meaning steersman. He defined it as the science of communication and control in the animal and the machine. Ampere, before, him, wanted cybernetics to be the science of government.

How to Make a GMO by Chelsea Powell figures by Anna Maurer Summary: Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are organisms that have been altered using genetic engineering methods. Although genetic engineering is a common and essential practice in biotechnology, its specific use in crops is controversial. The key steps involved in genetic engineering are identifying a trait of interest, isolating that trait, inserting that trait into a desired organism, and then propagating that organism. Twelve Things You Should Know About Scalar Weapons by Christi Verismo from ChristiVerismo Website 1 - A POSSIBLE SCALAR WAR SCENARIO The following seems like science fiction, but scalar beam weapons were invented in 1904 by a American immigrant genius called Nicola Tesla (1856 or 57 -1943) from Yugoslavia. Since he died in 1943, many nations have secretly developed his beam weapons which now further refined are so powerful that just by satellite one can: If either of the major scalar weapon armed countries e.g. U.S. or Russia were to fire a nuclear missile to attack each other this may possibly not even reach the target, because the missile could be destroyed with scalar technology before it even left its place or origin.

A Nation Betrayed Secret Cold War Experiments Performed On Our Children and Other Innocent People By Carol Rutz Carol Rutz' incredible journey from mind control victim to freedom is both harrowing and deeply inspiring. Doctors Find No Existing Research On Health Benefits Of Sex Robots Channel 4/The SunA new report found no evidence that sex robots provide health benefits. Sex robots are a $30 billion industry. That’s not all that surprising given that some companies are able to regularly sell sexbots costing between $5,000 and $15,000, and are advertised as being the “perfect companion” or offering “unconditional love and support.” And if they ever figure out how to build truly lifelike Westworld-style robots that can have sex with humans, that $30 billion figure will skyrocket. After all, a single day in Westworld costs $40,000. But doctors Chantal Cox-George at St.

Geneticist David Suzuki Says Humans “Are Part Of A Massive Experiment” Arjun WaliaActivist Post We are doing our part to try and spread the word about GMOs, (genetically modified organisms) but we’re not the only ones. Multiple public figures, scientists and researchers have been speaking out about GMOs for a number of years. For example, not long ago a former Canadian Government Scientist at Agriculture Canada, Dr. How your clothes are poisoning our oceans and food supply The first time professor Sherri Mason cut open a Great Lakes fish, she was alarmed at what she found. Synthetic fibers were everywhere. Under a microscope, they seemed to be “weaving themselves into the gastrointestinal tract”.

Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective By Lydia Dixon This year marks the seventieth anniversary of the Guatemala inoculation experiments, a series of human rights violations that reminds us of the dangers involved in allowing scientific knowledge and national security to justify what the New York Times called, in 1947, “ethically impossible” actions. Between 1946-1948, around 1,500 people in Guatemala—including prisoners, soldiers, prostitutes, psychiatric patients, and children—were enrolled without consent in unethical studies related to the testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including syphilis, gonorrhea and canchroid. Among many procedures, they were intentionally infected with these diseases through sexual contact with paid prostitutes and by smearing the bacteria on open cuts and sores or inserting it in the eyes, rectum, or urethra.

Bye Bye Homo sapien, Hello Homo evolutis We are Homo sapiens, the most advance form of humans this earth has ever seen. We can stand up straight, think deeper and faster than any other species of man AND we have iPhones. Homo sapiens do not even have to worry about Darwinian natural selection anymore due to the institution of civilized society. Our food is available on shelves, homes are built, and water is never in short supply. US government lays patent claim on bird flu virus TITLE: WHO-linked centre lays patent claim on bird flu virus AUTHOR: Edward Hammond PUBLICATION: SUNS (Third World Network) DATE: 15 August 2008 URL: info20080804.htm Published in SUNS #6539 dated 15 August 2008 Bogota, 14 Aug (Edward Hammond*) -- In a development that is likely to raise more pressing questions about reform of the WHO Global Influenza Surveillance Network (GISN), an international patent application has surfaced in which the US Centres for Disease Control (CDC) and US National Institutes of Health claim ownership of Indonesian influenza genes.