This is a Big Deal: China to Ban Gas-Powered Cars, Push Electric Vehicles
This is a Big Deal: China to Ban Gas-Powered Cars, Push Electric Vehicles…
Seeking to curb some of the worst urban air pollution in the world, China will join other nations to push for only electric vehicles on its city streets, eventually banning the sale and use of internal-combustion engines powered by fossil fuels.
Currently in the planning stages of the ban, including detailing the move’s completion date, China will force engine makers and car companies to pivot away from fossil fuels, speeding the implementation of electric vehicles in a bid to meet global climate standards laid out in the 2016 Paris Accords.
Government agencies in Beijing and around the country are working with regulators and businesses to set a timetable for the dramatic shift, seen to be a harbinger of world economic growth, as Chinese consumers represent the largest car-buying market on Earth… see more
When beginning a new habit, sometimes the hardest thing about it is just getting started to begin with. Sometimes we come up with any and every excuse in the book we can think of to put it off and will even justify it to ourselves over and over as to why we just couldn’t begin when we had originally planned.
So, what’s up with that? Why do we do this to ourselves and then somehow convince ourselves sitting again with our good ‘ol friends guilt and shame are where we are meant to be, just because we are so used to feeling these feelings due to our dedication to the mastery of procrastination? -See more
It’s Official – We Now Know That UFOs or UAP Are Real – So Are They Extraterrestrial or Not?
It’s almost 2018, and the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) or Unidentified Ariel Phenomenon (UAP, a term that seems to be the new “official wording” from government personnel) is now a verified fact within the mainstream. Just as certain as we are of several different concepts that come from repeatable hard science, or information about other phenomena in other subject areas dealing with observation, we (humanity) are just as certain about UFOs… see more
…protect yourself and you’re Family from Harmful EMF’s
-by Jason Bawden-Smith
EMFs are pretty much everywhere and but you can’t see, smell, hear, taste or touch them – the only way to determine the sources of EMF’s in your environment is to test. EMF warriors are serious about identifying all EMF’s in their environment and have their weapon of choice close at hand. Testing all locations where you spend time (including your car) is the number one thing you can do to protect yourself and your family. You can also hire testing equipment or engage a professional such as a building biologist to help… see more
Learn This, and You’ll Never Be The Same! (Use This!)
Thousands of people in Sweden have inserted microchips, which can function as contactless credit cards, key cards and even rail cards, into their bodies. Once the chip is underneath your skin, there is no longer any need to worry about misplacing a card or carrying a heavy wallet. But for many people, the idea of carrying a microchip in their body feels more dystopian than practical… see more
Mind Power: Mindfulness proven, again, to be effective as pharma drugs for mental health
If you’ve dismissed mindfulness as a fad, you could be missing out on a very valuable tool for your mental health. In fact, it can be just as effective as the gold standard therapy – individual cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – for a range of psychiatric symptoms, according to a new study published in European Psychiatry.
Mindfulness entails tuning into the present moment. By paying attention to your feeling sand thoughts as well as the world surrounding you, you can gain a keen awareness that allows you to enhance your mental well-being. It’s particularly useful for those who are prone to destructive ways of thinking as it helps people realize how unhelpful their thinking is. Over time, it allows them to notice when their thoughts are heading into negative patterns and regain control over them to deal more productively… see more
In the United States, there are one million children under the age of six on psychiatric drugs. This number is particularly disturbing, considering the horrifying side effects and ineffectiveness of a good number of these types of harmful drugs.
One in six Americans overall regularly take some type of medication in this category. However, children are now being swept up in Big Pharma’s desire to make money, not improve health. Mental health watchdog group Citizens Commission on Human Rights is drawing attention to the concerning fact that more than a million kids younger than six in our nation are currently taking these psychiatric drugs… see more
“The 50 Prosperity Secrets!” (Listen To This Everyday!)
You may have seen that the internet has been buzzing about The Ocean Cleanup Project. However, even if you’re familiar with the term, it can take a lot of research to truly understand what the Ocean Cleanup Project really is.
We’ve done that work for you and gathered all the information you need to get up to date on The Ocean Cleanup Project, discuss the garbage issues plaguing our oceans, and decide how you can help with this issue…
I’m talking about major covert ops, not small ones.
The tasks necessary to carrying out the operation are divided among players at different levels. In a successful op, these groups of players are unaware of each other. They wouldn’t be able to confess to more than their own roles.
And in many cases, the disparate players would never believe they were part of an op. They would swear they were “doing good”—as, for example, in medical research that was—unknown to the researchers—actually designed to obscure a chemical attack on a population, by locating a virus as the false culprit. By training and by general stupidity, the researchers are always predisposed to finding a virus. The last thing on their minds is that they’re part of an op… see more
Prison is big business, and working prisoners are a corporation’s dream. Prisoners are being contracted for work right now on a massive scale, and despite the alarming and unsustainable growth of inmate numbers in the United States, incentive to lock people up is only increasing. This is the income that prisons — comprising one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States, backed by Wall Street — depend on:
A shortage of food supply sure is scary, but nothing is more troubling and alarming than the prospect of losing precious life-sustaining water. Now a group of scientists have developed a device that can extract clean drinking water right from the air. And not only is it possible in a general sense, but that water can reportedly be extracted from even the most arid places on Earth, thanks to this device… see more
10 Everyday ailments: What causes them, which foods help and which foods to avoid
Many ailments are caused by a nutritional imbalance. Eat too much of the bad stuff and it accumulates in your body, manifesting into a unhealthy condition. Sarah Brewer, a nutritionist, shares her knowledge on a few of the more common ones that plague our society today, which foods can help relieve their symptoms, and which foods to avoid…
There was a string of interesting financial reports from India this week that appear to be unrelated at first glance, but upon further inspection, they all seem to be working towards a common goal—an intrusive big brother surveillance state that tracks every single financial transaction for every single resident… see more
Alan Watts ~ The Most Important Lesson, Everyone Should Learn
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to know of a way to help you relax after a long day, reduce your stress and chronic pain, help you focus better on what really matters in your life, and improve your health overall? While Big Pharma is working on that pill, there is a solution that is free and offers no side effects;it’s meditation.
Arecent surveyof 23,000 households in the U.S. found that about 38 percent of individuals use complementary and alternative medicine, and many of these people use meditation. The popularity of meditation is growing, and even doctors are getting in on the move—prescribing meditation to peoplewho suffer from pain, stress, high blood pressure, and more… see more
Millennials Study: Top 20 fears reveal an astonishing decline in self-reliance and practical intelligence
Researchers from Goldsmiths University in London found out that not being able tofind a WiFi spot and forgetting passwords to different online log-in accounts are among the biggest fears of modern millennials.
The Disturbing Facts Regarding The Refined Sugar Diet
-by Paul A Philips
*Refined Sugar is close to zero nutrition value
Because of the industrial processes involved in manufacturing, sugar has practically no nutrition value: The vitamins and enzymes have become denatured (loose their molecular shape) and thus fail to contribute to the body’s metabolic requirements. Refined sugar is also devoid of mineral content.
*It is pure energy
For those who frequently eat significant amounts of refined sugar products, this can lead to many problems…
As a country and a society, we’ve never been anywhere close to “herd immunity” through vaccination, but where are all the epidemics? That doesn’t keep vaccine makers from using herd immunity as a weapon to guilt and scare parents. Why are we allowing “mythology to trump science”?
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Hiding in a nondescript office building in Washington, D.C., Every Child By Two (“ECBT”) poses as a nonprofit organization with a seemingly noble goal: getting as many children vaccinated as possible… see more
The Trap of Spiritual Materialism
-by Edwina Shaw
Can Spirituality Feed Your Ego?
‘Spiritual materialism’ is a term first used by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher who came to the United States in the early seventies. In his book Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism, Trungpa expounded on his theories of how the ego likes to use the spiritual path for its own ends, and the mistakes seekers easily fall into in their quest for enlightenment.
The problem is that ego can convert anything to its own use… even spirituality. ~ Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
In the west, we have come to think of our spiritual quest as ‘self-improvement,’ which is all well and good, except what is the self? Ego… see more
Narcissism is on the rise. We see it on social media, in friends and family — even ourselves. In fact, Jean Twenge, author of Generation Me, believes we are experiencing a “narcissism epidemic” in America. To explore the idea, she surveyed more than 15,000 US college students between 1987 and 2006. During those two decades, levels of narcissism soared — with an astonishing 65 percent of modern-day students ranking higher in narcissism than what we’ve seen in previous generations… see more
THIS Guy Won’t Stop Red-Pilling Heavy-Duty TRUTH on Live TV!
President Trump is draining the “medical swamp.” The U.S. health care system is plagued by rampant fraud, abuse and profiteering carried out by dishonest doctors and pharmacists. In working to combat the rampant fraud, the DOJ has announced an unprecedented crackdown on medical fraud, charging over 600 people with criminal activities that involved over $2 billion medical fraud… see more
How to Be Your True Self in a Society That Worships Fakeness
How to Be Your True Self in a Society That Worships Fakeness
Fakeness. We all know what it looks like. We all know what it feels like.
It’s the fake plastered-on smiles. It’s the pretentious laughs and giggles. It’s the sickly sweet or overly macho personality fronts. It’s the posing and like-whoring on social media. It’s the pouting lips in photos and feigned expressions of surprise. It’s the prancing about and showing people an image of your life that isn’t completely true, just to gain validation or envy. I’m sure you can think of half a million other examples as well… see more
Oxfam have released a report which indicates that the gap in income inequality has grown, with the rich getting richer and the poorer witnessing no change in wealth. The advocacy group suggest that tax evasions, cost cutting and diminished workers rights meant that the super-rich were able to reap 82 percent of its wealth last year. Why? Oxfam state that the global economy value wealth over work… see more
In less than a month, a Michigan state law will take effect and ban any state or local government from aiding the government agency’s controversial program that gathers data on Americans in violation of the Fourth Amendment.
On the heels of the fifth anniversary of whistleblower Edward Snowden’s disclosure of classified National Security Agency (NSA) documents to journalists, one state legislature has recently taken steps to hold the government agency accountable for its warrantless surveillance programs by making it illegal for state and local governments, including law enforcement and public utilities, to support the NSA’s warrantless spying on American citizens… see more
“I Spent My Career Watching Pets Die” – Veterinarian Speaks Out, Linking Pet Deaths to Over-Vaccinations.
“I Spent My Career Watching Pets Die” – Veterinarian Speaks Out, Presents Decades of Research Linking Pet Deaths to Over-Vaccinations. His Plea is Met with Laughter…
Connecticut Doctor John Robb has been fighting to save pet lives for the last 32 years. As a veterinarian, he took an oath to protect his patients no matter what – even if it means breaking the law.
Dr. John Robb, right, has a simple request for the pet vaccination industry — one that is not being taken seriously, unfortunately… see more
If you’ve ever wondered why the world seems hopelessly fraught with endless conflict, ruled corrupt states, and bent on developing a never-ending supply of advanced weaponry, you’d need to understand the nature of our debt based economy.
The IMF has just reported that total global debt is now at a staggering $164 trillion, which amounts to 225% of total global GDP. Every person on this planet could turn over everything they produce for the next two plus years and we’d still be in debt… see more
Scientist invents Technology to see “Multidimensional Beings”
The Juarez Times newspaper interviewed scientist inventor Daniel Nemes who provided the following information on building a machine that allows you to observe and record entities or beings of other dimensions…
Scientists Say That Deforestation In Amazon Rainforest Is Reaching “Point of No Return”
According to a new study published in the journal Science Advances, the Amazon rainforest will reach a “point of no return” if deforestation exceeds 20 percent of its original area. Thomas E Lovejoy and Carlos Nobre have researched the effect that various droughts and floods have had on the forest and suggest that the “whole system is oscillating.”
One of the hottest topics being debated in bioethics right now is the concept of conceiving a child using the sperm or egg of a dead person. For example, a man’s frozen sperm could be used after his death for in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination, or a woman’s frozen eggs could be used to create a child using IVF and the resultant embryo could be implanted into another woman’s womb. Not surprisingly, this approach is being met with a lot of ethical and legal questions… see more
Architect Stefano Boeri has designed and built vertical forests around the globe. In Milan, for instance, he created the world’s first vertical forest. And in France, he built a vertical forest which freshens up the Parisian skyline. This time, Boeri is on a mission to create the world’s first vertical forest for low-income residents…
Believe it or not, you are here on Earth for the sole purpose of Radical Self-Expression. So, instead of following the crowd and suppressing your True Self,you should be following your dreams, and doing what you really want to do!
Of course, some people fear that if we all do what we want, the world will be in chaos, but, since the world’s already in chaos, and actually nearing the point of extinction, what do we have to lose? But, enough with the doom and gloom, here’s why radical self expression will change the course of history, and why it’s crucial for you to participate…
These Clever, Satirical Images Describe Everything Wrong With The World
Artwork satirical images…
Gunduz Aghayev is a brilliant cartoonist from Azerbaijan who is not afraid to raise awareness about some of the biggest issues in the world. His artwork depicts modern problems like social media addiction or mindless consumption of trashy television. His interests are very broad and he can spot the underlying problems in many different areas of society. Things like religious indoctrination from a very early age. He also puts a strong emphasis on political art and conflicts around the world… see more