Monday, November 17, 2014

Flying the Friendly Skies With Cell Towers

Come on down, baby Polar Bears... you'll feel right at home.
Cold-brrrrr nighttime mews, fireplace-warming Kittens... bone-chilling cold today on the tame prairie and tonight the temps drop in to the single digits... yowling-yuck!... certainly way too cold for this time of year, and there's evidence HAARP is being used to bring in the BIG BAD CHILL... so, the Kougaress spent part of the day winterizing the house more than she already had, among all the other stuff she had to get done... and some good news for which this Big Cat is very, very grateful... for a long time she hasn't been able to get whole, farm-fresh milk... and she can't drink the stuff in the stores... well her neighbor knows a woman with a dairy cow, and the kind, kind neighbor brought a gallon over... yum! ... the taste is so rich and so good.

Stay warm and cozy, darling kittens. Big events on the near horizon. Keep your balance and keep moving forward. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

The Big Booms Are Back!

BREAKING NEWS: Mysterious Earth-Shaking Booms Rock Ohio
Bizarre phenomenon has prompted a deluge of exotic explanations   
Three unexplained earth-shaking booms rocked two Ohio counties last night, prompting a wave of 911 calls from concerned residents.
Residents of Montgomery County and Warren County reported hearing three loud booms at around 7pm yesterday evening, prompting the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office to send deputies out to investigate.
“One Miamisburg man said the loud booms sounded like an explosion, and that the last one sounded louder than the first,” reports WHIO, adding that the booms brought baffled neighbors out into the street.

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar received a very nice email from a reader who said how much she enjoyed reading BRANDED BY THE TEXANS. That always makes an author feel good!
So, the Kougar is working on her holiday short story.
The Kougar penned Volcano's Weekly Angelic Forecast... which is posted at Kougar Kisses below, and at these two sites ~ & ~ ~


Another Side of A Phoenix Named Tyburn
by Solara

Rachel cracked open the window across the room from her bed.  Tyburn slept with two blankets on him.  He insisted on taking the side of the bed closest to the door.  Something about protecting her. More like his male ego demanded he look macho now and then.  Rachel smiled at her inane thought. 


Give a Hoot
by Pat Cunningham

When it came to all things mechanical, no one in Talbot’s Peak could surpass Lutz and Bortz. The two German-born wolves could build or fix anything that involved pistons and gears. Once, on a bet, they constructed a tractor from scratch. The horse-shifter who’d been pulling his own plow happily paid up.

Right now, Mayor Gil was wondering how much it would cost to get the two to leave town. After they unfixed the town clock, of course.


Viewing Conditions: Leonid Meteor Shower to Flash Across the Night Sky Monday
As nightfall blankets the world in darkness Monday evening, stargazers will have a chance to witness the brilliant glowing streaks of the Leonid Meteor Shower flashing across the night sky.


Weekender: The Rosetta Mission - Historic Moment or Monumental Cover-Up?
Friday, November 14, 2014
Back on September 29, a UFO Sightings Daily post titled: “NASA Records Radio Signals Coming From Comet 67P For Over 20 Years!” suggested that information had been received from an anonymous ESA whistleblower who confirmed in an email that the mystery signal was detected twenty years ago by NASA and this was the true reason behind the Rosetta mission. The post, written by Scott Waring, was broadly criticized at the time and generally debunked, but the ESA have apparently confirmed that Waring was right.
To add further weight to the conspiracy theory, a September 10 photo from the Rosetta mission showed what appeared to be a radio tower and a possible UFO on the surface of Comet 67P. This photo was one of a number referred to by the whistleblower, and suggests that a mystery really does hang over the purpose of the Rosetta mission. Popular conspiratorial opinion is that the tower-like object is the source of the radio signals and suggests that extra-terrestrial intelligence is involved. There has also been some conjecture that the amount of money invested in the project far outweighs the potential scientific benefits that can be achieved by the comet landing.
If the signal really was detected so long before the Rosetta mission was launched, was its real purpose to make contact? Is this why Philae has allegedly had so many problems, so that there is an excuse for the limited data that is being returned, allowing its real purpose to be disguised?


The Limitless Mind: Scientists Discover Mind Power Can Alter Genetic Structure
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
The gene-altering effects were achieved by changing the wearer's state of mind from concentration to relaxation or vice-versa, and with a little practice, the volunteers were able to turn the rodents' genes on and off at will. The physiological consequences of this meant that blood protein levels could be raised or lowered in the mice remotely via mind control."


Harvard students take the 1964 Louisiana Literacy Test and every single person FAILED

Daily Mail - Just 50 years ago, states in the South asked voters who couldn't provide proof of a fifth grade education to pass the test in order to be eligible to cast a ballot. The test was intended to disenfranchise African-Americans, who in order to pass had to correctly answer all 30 questions in 10 minutes. Despite their Ivy League pedigree, none of the students managed to pass the test and their reactions as they struggled to make sense of the obtuse questions was filmed.


Hunting for a Real-Life Hagrid
Myths of strange creatures roaming the earth are plentiful, but one man is convinced they’re true when it comes to an ancient race of giants. — Daily Beast


An Indonesian Hairy Man-Beast?
The Nage people of Flores tell of a somewhat human-like entity called the Ebu gogo. — Mysterious Universe


Looking for UFOs? Travel Nevada's 'Extraterrestrial Highway'
A popular rest stop, the Area 51 Alien Center off Highway 93, features a restaurant, mini mart, picnic areas and a brothel -- all with an alien theme. — Sacramento Bee


Ears of Ancient Chinese Terra-Cotta Warriors Offer Clues to Their Creation
New research project lends credence to idea that famed Chinese statues were modeled after individual people. — National Geographic News


Decomposable 'bio drone' takes to the skies
Composed of mostly biodegradable materials, new UAV would allow for drone to virtually disappear should it crash. — CNET


Transylvania’s Haunted Forest, Known as Romania’s 'Bermuda Triangle'
The Hoia Baciu forest located outside the city of Cluj Napoca is in the historical region of Transylvania, Romania. — Epoch Times


The man who can hear Wi-Fi wherever he walks
Frank Swain has been going deaf since his 20s. Now he has hacked his hearing so he can listen in to the data that surrounds us. — New Scientist


World's tallest and shortest men meet on Records Day
Turkey's Sultan Kosen, who stands eight feet, nine inches tall, met with Chandra Bahadur Dangi from Nepal, who measures just 21 and a half inches. — AFP

Flying the Friendly Skies With Cell Towers ... there is no escape... your info will be assimilated. You will be assimilated. Welcome to the prison-hive mind of Big Brother Borg.

HEADLINE-SNIPPET: Feds gather phone data from the sky with aircraft-mimicking cell towers
Ars Technica - Sources tell WSJ that police are watching cell phones from the sky. On Thursday afternoon, the Wall Street Journal published a report saying that the US Marshals Service (USMS) was using small, fixed-wing Cessnas equipped with so-called “dirtboxes”—receivers that act like cellphone towers—to gather data from citizens' phones below. The purpose of such collection is to target and spy on criminal suspects, but the data from any citizen's phone is collected by such devices.

Big Cat by-the-numbers ~

5:55 pm... 11:22 am... 12:34 pm... 4:48 pm... 6:33 pm... 10:10 pm... 11:11 pm... 11:44 pm... 11:55 pm... 11:55 am... 12:34 pm... 1:11 pm... 6:33 pm... HAARP freezing the country...

BIG CAT NOTE: Given her recent trials and tribulations the Kougaress has not been able to keep up the news headlines.

the kougaress bites back headlines


"On Saturday The Big Wobble predicted large quakes (M6-+) in the coming days...We have had 3 in 3 days! ~ Monday, 17 November 2014
The latest is a magnitude 6.1 - 245km SW of Gizo, Solomon Islands, which occurred earlier this morning
Four magnitude 6.+ earthquakes since Thursday, all in the South Pacific along the The Australia-Pacific plate boundary have been monitored."

Frackquake: 4.8 Magnitude Earthquake Felt Throughout Kansas
Zero Hedge - While it is unclear if moments ago the Mississippian Lime Play under south Kansas was the first major shale quake to hit Kansas, or this was simply the first yet to be named shale company going Chapter 11, but moments ago the USGS reported that a 4.8 quake located 30 miles SSW of Wichita as well as a various other smaller quakes in north Oklahoma, shook the two states.


 State of Emergency Issued As Ferguson Jury Decision Nears
Prison | National Guard redeployed as government prepares for worst case scenario.

"EXCLUSIVE: In Scathing Letter to Obama, Former FBI Assistant Director Slams Holder as 'Chief Among Antagonists' in Ferguson ~ Katie Pavlich | Nov 14, 2014
...former FBI Assistant Director and Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund President Ron Hosko has sent a scathing letter to President Obama detailing the damage done to the relationship between law enforcement and DOJ over the past six years.
"The hyper-politicization of justice issues has made it immeasurably more difficult for police officers to simply do their jobs. The growing divide between the police and the people – perhaps best characterized by protesters in Ferguson, Mo., who angrily chanted, “It’s not black or white. It’s blue!” – only benefits of members of a political class seeking to vilify law enforcement for other societal failures. This puts our communities at greater risk, especially the most vulnerable among us," Hosko wrote in the letter exclusively obtained by Townhall."

Protestors prepare for 'inevitable' no-indictment vote in Ferguson by issuing 'rules of engagement' with police, as it emerges Obama secretly met with activists and told them to 'stay on course'

HEADLINE US Navy Vet Fired! Exposed DHS Preparation For ‘War’! Told To ‘Expect A Knock Upon Your Door!’ Navy Vet Mark Paffrathwas fired from the Drury Plaza Hotel located in Chesterfield, Missouri, where he saw probably 100 Department of Homeland Security vehicles

St. Louis Schools – Townships Warn Residents to STOCK UP ON WATER, FOOD, MEDICINE Before #MikeBrown Decision
Gateway Pundit - Local officials fear a violent response to the St. Louis County Court’s decision. Over three dozen businesses were vandalized and looted during the Ferguson rioting in August. The City of Berkeley, near Ferguson, released this statement warning residents to stock up on water, food and medicine before the verdict is announced. *Make sure you have plenty of bottled water (a gallon per person per day), and non-perishable, easy-to-access food in case you cannot get to a local store for a few days.


Court denies California challenge to end concealed weapons restrictions
RT - A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that California cannot challenge a previous decision that overruled the state’s restrictions on concealed weapons and declared them unconstitutional.


A Fiat Currency Cannot Change Its Toilet Paper DNA - By Matthias Chang (14/11/14) - Toilet paper money will always remain as toilet paper. The financial DNA of such a paper can not change. No amount of tinkering of the DNA can change the nature of the toilet paper money - Download the .pdf at the link above.


‘Occupy made it possible’: JPMorgan whistleblower Fleischmann to Max Keiser
RT - Alayne Fleischmann, a former lawyer at JPMorgan Chase, whose testimony helped secure a $13 billion fine for the bank, says that most big-time fraudsters have got away scot-free, and claims that only continued public interest can ensure they are punished. n 2006, Fleischmann worked in a team that repackaged individual home loans as securities. She witnessed a host of violations, including never-to-be-repaid subprime loans being mis-sold as reliable investments, helping to heat the market that sparked the worldwide financial crisis in 2008.


Just six powerful corporations control almost all the information you see and hear
(NaturalNews) Thirty years ago, the diversity of the world's news media was broad. In 1983, some 50 companies owned "the media" in the U.S. and the world; obviously, with so many companies vying for listeners, viewers and readers, competition was intense -- not just for audience but for advertisers as well.


Obama’s Secret Treaty Would Be The Most Important Step Toward A One World Economic System
Economic Collapse - Thanks to leaks, we have learned that so many of the things that Obama has deeply wanted for years are in this treaty. If adopted, this treaty will fundamentally change our laws regarding Internet freedom, healthcare, copyright and patent protection, food safety, environmental standards, civil liberties and so much more. This treaty includes many of the rules that alarmed Internet activists so much when SOPA was being debated, it would essentially ban all "Buy American" laws, it would give Wall Street banks much more freedom to trade risky derivatives and it would force even more domestic manufacturing offshore.


America Watches In Stunned Disbelief As Afghanistan Jails Two Failed Bank Executives
Zero Hedge - The Kabul Bank's former chairman Sherkhan Farnood and former chief executive officer Khalillulah Ferozi were sentenced live on television, after a two-day appeal against earlier sentences of five years in prison. They have already served more than four years of the original sentence. A panel of five judges at the Kabul Appeals Court also fined Farnood more than $237 million.


"Paper Gold" And Its Effect On The Gold Price
Zero Hedge - Gold dropped to new lows of $1,130 per ounce last week. This is surprising because it doesn’t square with the fundamentals. China and India continue to exert strong demand on gold, and interest in bullion coins remains high. In other words, it doesn’t add up.


Putin: Russian Economy Won’t Be Dominated by ‘Dollar Dictatorship’
Sputnik News - Russia plans to leave the “dollar dictatorship” of market oil prices and turn to using the country’s national currency and the Chinese yuan, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday. “We are leaving the dictatorship of the market where oil goods are based on the dollar and will increase the possibilities of using [other] national currencies: the ruble and the yuan,” Putin said in an interview with the Russian state news agency TASS.

‘Economic isolation a breach of intl law': Top takeaways from Putin ahead of G20
RT - Vladimir Putin says the G20 must address global imbalances together, and economic isolation, especially in the case of sanctions, which not only leads nowhere but is a crude violation of international economic law. Here are the Russian president’s top takeaways ahead of the G20 summit being held in Brisbane, Australia from November 14-15.

Putin "Prepares For Economic War", Buys Whopping 55 Tonnes Of Gold In Q3
Zero Hedge - Just as China is buying 'cheap' oil with both hands and feet, so Russia, according to the latest data from The World Zero Hedge - Gold Council (WGC) has been buying gold in huge size. Dwarfing the rest of the world's buying in Q3, Russia added a stunning 55 tonnes to its reserves, as The Telegraph reports, Putin is taking advantage of lower gold prices to pack the vaults of Russia's central bank with bullion as it "prepares for the possibility of a long, drawn-out economic war with the West." Bottom line: Russia bought more gold in Q3 then all other countries combined.

Northern Europe beefs up air patrols to oppose ‘Russian invasion’
RT - Eight northern European nations have agreed to step up military training and data sharing to oppose an alleged "invasion" of airspace by Russia. Moscow increased its air patrols after NATO beefed up its European presence in the wake of the Ukraine crisis.


VIDEO: Obama to announce 10-point immigration plan via exec action as early as next week
Fox News - President Obama is planning to unveil a 10-part plan for overhauling U.S. immigration policy via executive action -- including suspending deportations for millions -- as early as next Friday, a source close to the White House told Fox News. The president's plans were contained in a draft proposal from a U.S. government agency. The source said the plan could be announced as early as Nov. 21, though the date might slip a few days pending final White House approval.

Krauthammer: ‘Impeachable Offense’
Weekly Standard - Charles Krauthammer said on Fox News tonight that amnesty via executive order is an “impeachable offense.” "If the circumstances were different, if we were at the beginning of a presidency, if we hadn't had years when the Congress has been supine and unresponsive at other grabs of their authority by the executive--like Obama unilaterally changing Obamacare after it was passed about 30 times with no response from the Congress--the same as Obama essentially re-writing some of the drug laws.


Sheriffs Rally In DC Against Amnesty For Illegals
Daily Paul - Once again the Sheriffs of America are taking a stand to save our country. Sheriffs from all across the nation are calling on their fellow Sheriffs to rally in Washington DC on December 10, 2014, to fight against Obama's plan to grant amnesty to 15 million illegals.


VIDEO: Boehner, Republicans Blast ‘Job-Crushing’ Emissions Deal With China
Roll Call - Republicans in Washington are already pushing back hard against the carbon-emissions deal that President Barack Obama and Chinese leaders announced in Beijing Wednesday. “Job-crushing,” said Speaker John A. Boehner. Mitch McConnell, the presumed next Senate majority leader, also weighed in against the deal, which calls for the U.S. to cut emissions by as much as 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025. China agreed to begin reducing its own emissions by 2030.


DARPA wants to turn existing planes into drone motherships
Ars Technica - The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) kicked off a program seeking ways to convert existing large aircraft into drone carriers that could launch waves of unmanned aircraft a safe distance from a target to carry out a mission and then recover them—all while in flight. DARPA issued a request for information (RFI) kicking off the program November 7.


Watch out: the US government wants to pass new spying laws behind your back
The Guardian - Now, as the post-election lame-duck session opens on Wednesday in Washington, the Senate might try to sneak through a “cybersecurity” bill that would, as the ACLU puts it, “create a massive loophole in our existing privacy laws”. The vague and ambiguous law would essentially allow companies like Google and Facebook to hand over even more of your personal information to the US government, all of which could ultimately end up in the hands of the NSA and the FBI.

ISPs Removing Their Customers' Email Encryption
EFF - Recently, Verizon was caught tampering with its customer's web requests to inject a tracking super-cookie. Another network-tampering threat to user safety has come to light from other providers: email encryption downgrade attacks. In recent months, researchers have reported ISPs in the US and Thailand intercepting their customers' data to strip a security flag—called STARTTLS—from email traffic.


Senator Reid Moves Forward With NSA Reform Bill
EFF - We're pleased to see Sen. Harry Reid move toward a final vote on the Senate version of the USA FREEDOM Act, S. 2685.... The USA FREEDOM Act is a good first step towards successful surveillance reform. It will limit the NSA's program collecting Americans' calling records, introduce a special advocate into the secretive court overseeing the spying, and introduce much needed transparency requirements


Big Pharma Plays Hide-the-Ball With Data
Strange side effects have been associated with the anti-influenza drug Tamiflu. — Newsweek


Cuts in Military Mean Job Losses for Career Staff
NY Times - For the first time since the end of the Cold War in the 1990s, the Army is shrinking. Faced with declining budgets, the Army, the largest of the services, cut its force this year to 508,000 soldiers from 530,000, with plans to trim another 20,000 troops next year. If funding cuts mandated by Congress continue, the Army could have fewer than 450,000 soldiers by 2019 — the smallest force since World War II.


Russia denies NATO accusations over troops in Ukraine
(Reuters) - Russia denied accusations by NATO on Wednesday that it has sent tanks and troops to eastern Ukraine in the past few days. NATO's top military commander Philip Breedlove said in Bulgaria the alliance had spotted military equipment arriving from Russia in regions of east Ukraine that are held by pro-Russian separatist rebels.


Where are the bodies, MH17 families ask
(Reuters) - Attempts to recover parts of the aircraft and human remains have repeatedly been called off due to fighting on the ground. Families also say the Dutch government is not giving them enough information. One law firm has said it is preparing to sue the government for negligence over its handling of the case.


Israeli Government To Refuse Entry to UN Team Investigating War Crimes in Gaza
Common Dreams - 'It's business as usual,' says critic, for Netanyahu government 'to commit severe human rights violations and war crimes and refuse to be held accountable.' Israel announced Wednesday it will refuse entry to United Nations human rights investigators who seek to probe potential war crimes committed in the latest 50-day military assault on Gaza.


Weapons that Choose Their Own Kill Targets are Wave of Future…and Already in Use
AllGov - At least three nations have deployed missiles that can destroy enemy positions without any guidance from human operators. “An autonomous weapons arms race is already taking place,”said physicist Steve Omohundro. Norway has the Joint Strike Missile, which can lock in on targets without human control. The Pentagon is testing Lockheed's Long Range Anti-Ship Missile, but officials won’t say if it can attack on its own. Many fear autonomous weapons will make warfare more likely or destructive.

MH17 'NEWS' ~

Independent inquiry: New radar data indicates other jets on MH17 course before crash
Rt - New radar data indicating that military aircraft were in the air near Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 when it crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17 has been released by a Russian air safety consultancy.


Spain to hold symbolic Palestinian vote
Press TV - The Spanish parliament plans to hold a symbolic vote next week on a resolution to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state, following similar measures in several other European countries.


Stuxnet patient zero: Kaspesky Lab identifies worm’s first victims in Iran
RT - Nearly four years after the notorious worm Stuxnet wreaked havoc on Iranian nuclear centrifuges, Kaspersky Lab has identified patient zero for the world’s “first cyber weapon.”


11,000 Brazilians killed by police in 5 years: Study
Press TV - A new study shows over 11,000 Brazilians were killed in police operations between 2009 and 2013, averaging six deaths each day. Brazilian police killed 11,197 people from 2009 to 2013, a Sao Paulo-based NGO, called Brazilian Forum on Public Safety, said on Tuesday, accusing police of making "abusive use of lethal force."


Russian Watchdog to Limit Canadian Pork Imports Over Feed Additives
Sputnik News - “During laboratory testing…a stable increase of instances over the last 10 months has revealed that a number of harmful and dangerous substances, including ractopamine, a pharmaceutical muscle growth stimulator prohibited in the Customs Union, was found,” a statement by the watchdog said. Ractopamine is banned in the European Union, mainland China and Russia.


Contrary to News Headlines, Robin Williams Was on Antidepressant Drugs at the Time of His Death - “The antidepressant found in Williams toxicology test, Mirtazapine (Remeron), has 10 drug regulatory agency warnings citing suicidal ideation.”


Penalty For Uninsured Not Signing Up For Obamacare To More Than Triple
CBS News - Uninsured Americans who decide not to enroll will face a penalty of $325 per person, more than tripling the $95 penalty those who did not enroll had to pay the first time around. Children under the age of 18 will be fined $162.50. The maximum amount an uninsured family will be penalized is $975 under the flat-rate method.


TX Mom Upset Over School’s “Extreme and Excessive” Punishment for Missed Assignment
Activist Post - Ia student misses a homework assignment, what is the appropriate consequence? The punishment doled out to seventh graders at a middle school in Texas has brought attention to this issue – and much debate among parents and educators.


California governor bans commercial GM salmon production
(NaturalNews) Under the new law, no cultivation or spawning of "transgenic salmonids" will be permitted in any of California's fresh or Pacific waters. Even research into GM salmonids is prohibited, if it is intended for commercial purposes.... But the CFS has warned that the law still allows non-commercial GM fish research to take place in California. This makes the ban easy to bypass, they warned.


GMO trees proposed to "rescue" American chestnut from invasive fungus
Ars Technica - The relationship between the US public and genetically modified organisms is a bit ambiguous. Efforts to label GMO foods were defeated in California, while some Hawaiian islands have banned the planting of GMO crops. But for most Americans, these issues remain pretty abstract. That may change thanks to work taking place in upstate New York. There, scientists are planning the return of an American icon in a genetically modified form. And if all goes according to plan, ten thousand GMO chestnut trees could be ready to plant in as little as five years.


Full-scale ‘Ebola’ pandemic drill to go live Nov. 13, FEMA, crisis actors, role players involved - Obama Admin and media to hype ‘Ebola outbreak’ simultaneously as a full-scale FEMA pandemic exercise is carried out Nov. 13 in NYC, NJ — Crisis actors, role players to be used.

Ebola workers ask Congress for help
(AP) - A top U.S. official outlined plans Wednesday for clinical trials of a possible Ebola vaccine in West Africa, as the global response to the outbreak took on added urgency with the disclosure of a new cluster of cases in Mali and reports that the death toll had surpassed 5,000.

Number of Ebola-affected orphans in Liberia triples; patients mysteriously 'disappearing'; epidemic out of control in 80% of country
(NaturalNews) The worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa is creating scores of orphan children, many of whom are likely infected as well, even as large numbers of carriers are "disappearing" from official tallies.

Ebola Finds New Hotspots Outside Liberian Capital
ABC News - A schoolteacher brought his sick daughter from Liberia's capital to this small town of 300 people. Soon he and his entire family were dead and buried in the forest nearby, along with an increasing number of residents. The community of Jenewonde has become a new hotspot for the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. With cases on the decline in the capital, officials must now turn their attention to hard-to-reach places where the disease is flaring.

Bleach, hand sanitizer could cause Ebola to be transmitted through skin
(NaturalNews) The Ebola narrative has now come full circle with scientists from the Institute of Medicine (IoM) hinting that it might be possible for the hemorrhagic disease to transfer directly through the skin. Thomas Ksiarek from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) says viral skin penetration has not been officially dismissed as a possible mode of transmission, and that liquids like bleach and hand sanitizer could increase this transmission risk.

Liberia Lifts Ebola State of Emergency: President
Sputnik News - Liberia's president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, announced on Thursday the end of the state of emergency in the country imposed amid the Ebola virus outbreak in August.... The president stressed, however, that the measure does not mean the fight against the deadly virus is drawing to a close.


Police Claim Minority Report-Style Pre-Crime Program Reduces Crime Rate
Mikael Thalen - Predictive policing software, which utilizes mathematical algorithms often used in earthquake prediction, examines several years’ worth of crime and sociological data in order to predict where a crime will likely occur down to a 500-square-foot area. According to Capt. Rick Armendariz, the software has brought crime down to a three-year low, despite less officers patrolling the streets due to budget cuts.


16 Tips for Coping Without Running Water
Natural Blaze - Every prepper worth their salt stores water and lots of it. Not only that, they store one, two, three or more ways to purify water. That is all well and good because you never know when a disaster or other disruptive event may occur and those water resources will be called upon for drinking, cleaning, hygiene, and sanitation purposes.

What If Your Life Depended On What You Could Carry in One Bag?
The Daily Sheeple - A lot has been written about the “perfect bug-out bag” and “how much your bug-out bag should weigh.” But until now, it was all just theory.

45 MORE Signs That You Might Be One of Those Crazy Preppers
Natural Blaze - A while back, I wrote an article called “30 Signs That You’re One of Those Crazy Preppers.” Lots of readers got into the spirit of things, since it was pretty darned relatable. We all know these are actually signs of sanity, but we’re used to being misunderstood by the unprepared and, sometimes it’s fun to have a good laugh about their misconceptions of what we actually do.


Seeds having amazing health benefits
Natural News Blogs - Seeds are loaded with vitamins and minerals, they are an excellent source of fiber, protein and antioxidants, and they are the richest plant with source of omega-3 fatty acids. Every seed has something different to provide to the body- from pomegranate, hemp to chia. But it is important to know which ones deliver health benefits before choosing to have one.

Maintaining proper magnesium levels lower diabetes risk by 37%
(NaturalNews) Sufficient magnesium intake may help deter the onset of diabetes, particularly in those exhibiting precursor symptoms, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

Stevia vs. Splenda - choosing the right sweetener
(NaturalNews) As the dangers associated with refined sugar consumption go mainstream, many people are looking for safe alternatives to satisfy their sweet tooth. And two of the more popular sweetener alternatives on the market today, Stevia and Splenda, claim to provide a safe dose of sweet without the calories and sugar rush. So which one should health-conscious folks choose?

12 Natural Remedies For Eczema, Rashes and a Range of Persistent Skin Conditions
Prevent Disease -The standard treatment for the medical community for eczema is corticosteroid creams which only suppress symptoms without addressing underlying causes. Chemical creams such as topical immunomodulators are also associated with cancer risks. Here are some effective natural remedies which can tackle even severe cases of skin inflammation.

Three natural remedies for removing skin tags
(NaturalNews) Skin tags are small growths of skin that appear on the surface of the skin, usually on the face, neck, underarms, chest or groin. These small skin growths are benign tumors. They look like excess skin, but they are complete with nerve cells, fat cells, and a core of fibers and ducts. Skin tags can be bothersome and make one self-conscious. Luckily, they can be removed using natural home remedies.


Popular Fireball Whisky recalled in three countries due to toxic antifreeze ingredient
(NaturalNews) That chemical is known as propylene glycol (PG) and, though "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the "clear, colorless, slightly syrupy liquid" is a synthetic additive that the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) lists as a "toxic substance." European Union regulations prohibit the use of PG at levels that are considered acceptable in the U.S., and that are used in Fireball.

The Real Reason Wheat is Toxic (it’s not the gluten)
Healthy Home Economist - The bad news is that the problem lies with the manner in which wheat is harvested by conventional wheat farmers.... Standard, recommended wheat harvest protocol in the United States is to drench the wheat fields with Roundup several days before the combine harvesters work through the fields as withered, dead wheat plants are less taxing on the farm equipment and easier to harvest than live ones

Mercury, root canals, cavitations - Is your mouth killing you?
(NaturalNews) Few people are aware that auto-immune disease, chronic illnesses, and acute illnesses may be related to mercury poisoning from dental fillings or unresolved infection involving a root canal or extraction. In our society, conventional medicine and conventional dentistry both separate the mouth from the rest of the body, not realizing the synergistic relationship between each tooth and vital organs or the mouth's ability to create systemic illness. Systemic illness is also often a sign of undiagnosed oral disease.

Flame retardant exposure during pregnancy lowers IQ in children
(NaturalNews) Children exposed to flame retardant chemicals in the womb are more likely to suffer from hyperactivity and to have a low IQ at the age of five, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.

Become Informed About Vaccination Through An Extensive Vaccine Research Library
Dr. Sherry Tenpenny - Making vaccination decisions is an important personal responsibility that should not be left to any medical or scientific authority. Parents and consumers must educate themselves about infectious diseases, vaccines and their potential outcomes to the extent that they feel absolutely confident and well prepared for taking full responsibility for the consequences of their decisions.


ALERT: Reports of sick and dying pets linked to a Purina Pet Food!
Susan Thixton - I’ve heard from many readers concerned of the recent Internet reports of sick and dying pets linked to a Purina Pet Food. I turned to FDA asking if the agency has received complaints on the Purina foods. When an story was published highlighting several recent pet deaths linked to a Purina pet food, I started hearing from many readers. Everyone had similar concerns – is there going to be a recall? The amazing thing is – no one that wrote me provides their pet a Purina product. Everyone’s concern was for other pets – other pet owners. Everyone that contacted me was wanting to help – wanting to prevent pet illness and death.

"I would rather be exposed to the inconveniencies attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it. " -Thomas Jefferson (1791)

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." - Edmund Burke

"It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."  Mark Twain

"Only a fool fights in a burning house." Klingon saying.

'A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty.'—James Madison

JFK... to paraphrase... Washington D.C. has the best of both worlds. Northern hospitality. And southern efficiency.

The most powerful weapon is the human soul on fire.

~ Have a lovely magickal November ~ 


And, May you live the dreams of your heart, not in interesting times...

Fireplace-warming Kitten kisses from the Kougar...

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