Are Cancer Cures Being Hidden From the Public? by Bill Sardi Are Cancer Cures Being Hidden From the Public? by Bill Sardi by Bill Sardi According to a 2005 poll reported by the American Cancer Society, 27% of Americans agree with the statement: "There is currently a cure for cancer but the medical industry won’t tell the public." Another 14 percent are uncertain. Denials from cancer authorities were swift after release of the poll results. The search for alternative cures for cancer wouldn’t be necessary except that modern medicine has no effective treatments for this frightful disease more than 30 years after the war on cancer was launched. On the day a person is diagnosed with cancer, 50% of cases have already spread beyond their site of origin, which is called metastasis, the mortal form of the disease. Seek alternatives Recognizing these facts, I set out to write a book that would be helpful to cancer patients or anybody who wants to prevent cancer or its recurrence. What is being hidden from view? Totally cancer-proof mouse What now?
Graviola Tree and Paw Paw Treatments by R. Webster Kehr Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. TREATMENT RATING: This cancer protocol is rated ONLY as being effective on newly diagnosed cancer patients who do not have a fast-growing cancer and their cancer has not spread significantly!! If you are an advanced cancer patient who has had a lot of chemotherapy, radiation or surgery or you have a potentially fast-growing cancer, do not use this protocol as your primary cancer treatment, use one of the protocols linked to on this web page:Chapter on Treatments Rated For Advanced Cancer Patients How It Works These products come from trees in the tropical areas of South and North America. Before reading this warning, please read the “What Causes Cancer” article linked to on the left side-bar. Most of the new technology cancer treatments include electromedicine or nutritional protocols. Protocols that use electromedicine (e.g. The reason is that several of the newer protocols kill microbes inside the cancer cells.
VOICE FOR ELECTRIC UNIVERSE How to control the volume level of specific application from command-line, on Windows 7/2008/Vista Windows 7/2008/Vista has a new feature that allows you to adjust the volume level of every application separately, by using the Volume Mixer utility that comes with Windows. Windows 7 Volume Mixer But what about changing the volume level of specific application from command-line and without any user interface ? The new version of NirCmd (v2.50) allows you to easily set, change, or mute/unmute the volume of every application on Windows 7/2008/Vista. There are 3 new commands - setappvolume for setting absolute volume lever, changeappvolume for increasing/decreasing the volume level, and muteappvolume which allows you to mute/unmute the volume. For example, if you want to set the volume of Internet Explorer to 40%, execute this command:NirCmd.exe setappvolume iexplore.exe 0.4 If you want to decrease the volume of Flash video inside Firefox Web browser by 20% of the maximum volume, execute this command: NirCmd.exe changeappvolume plugin-container.exe -0.2 NirCmd.exe muteappvolume wmplayer.exe 2
Halloween History, Halloween Costume History, Halloween Decorations History The Medicine Cabinet in Your Kitchen – Ten Top Common Healing Herbs and Spices 1. CAYENNE - Cayenne pepper has wonderful cardiovascular benefits, including lowering blood pressure. Famed herbalist Doctor John Christopher noted that a couple of teaspoons of cayenne pepper never failed to stop a heart attack in only minutes. When added to food, cayenne increases appetite, improves digestion and relieves gas, nausea and indigestion. It also thins phlegm and eases its passage from the lungs. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. The above list barely scratches the surface of all the wonderful healing herbs and spices nature has provided for our “kitchen medicine cabinet”. Sources included: Join Wake Up World's Ever Evolving Social Communities Facebook Pinterest Google Plus Twitter
Electric Cosmos Think Thank Thunk Riled Up: Stop Grading Homework, Please: Stop grading “completeness” for Pete’s sake. How meaningless do you want your final grades to be? Little Johnny doesn’t understand crap, but he sure can copy. That’s a solid “B” in some classes! I’m taking this to the streets: No more grading of homework. I just spent my at-home time this morning at about 3,000 K reading about teachers who are struggling with homework in their classes. So, here’s the deal: I want this thing to get bigger. Here’s my plan. What does it mean to give homework a grade? That was all it took for me. I would suggest these kinds of conversations with colleagues. Most teachers will agree with this idea. If you really believe that homework is practice, then students should get to decide how much they need to do to master a topic, when they need to do it, and how they want you to give them feedback on it. I know we as teachers don’t like to talk about this, but it’s true. Instead, adopt a practice of controlled in-class assessments and feedback.
A Tasty Recipe: Butter Chicken – Tasty Kitchen Blog Note: By popular demand, we’re featuring this recipe again. Great reports across the board! I originally loved the looks of this recipe, submitted by Tasty Kitchen member lillieknits, because I knew I had almost all the ingredients in my kitchen (important, since I don’t live around the corner from a grocery store)…and because the sauce contained both tomatoes and cream. Yum. My favorite. But after I made it…oh, boy. You need these spices…AND ground coriander, which I didn’t have in my pantry. Chop up several cloves of garlic. And throw everything in a mixing bowl! After marinating the chicken, dice up a whole onion. Heat 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter in a large skillet. Let the onions cook for several minutes… …Until they’re golden brown and translucent. Next, Add the chicken breasts to the pan. Cook the chicken for a couple of minutes, then flip it to the other side. Pour in the tomato sauce… And the diced tomatoes. Right before serving, pour in the cream. Come on. And that’s it! Butter Chicken
The Ultimate In Heirloom Wheat Arrives At Seed Vault : The Salt A few days ago, amid darkness and freezing winds, thousands of small packages of seeds were carried into an underground storage vault on a remote Arctic island. That vault holds a growing collection of seeds from all the different kinds of crops around the world that humans grow for food. The seeds — 740,000 samples and counting — are stored inside a mountain on a group of islands called Svalbard, which is legally part of Norway, but is located far out in the Arctic Ocean, just 600 miles from the North Pole. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault — along with dozens of other, less-secure collections around the world — is supposed to preserve a vital part of the world's botanical gene pool; in this case, all the varieties of corn or peas or tomatoes that have disappeared from farmers' fields. Those varieties disappeared because farmers turned to varieties that promise bigger harvests and greater profits. The preserved seeds "are the last remnants of these varieties," he says.
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