(Natural News) It’s fairly obvious to most intelligent people that modern society is going insane. It’s especially true among today’s hyper-connected youth who seem to be truly deranged and mentally ill, hyperventilating over every issue imaginable such as “net neutrality” or the election of Donald Trump. The lunacy of modern society has never been more extreme, and many of us who observe all this are wondering is there a common cause behind the insanity?As it turns out, the mass poisoning of human brains with cellphone radiation has only been going on for a generation or so. It may be the common cause behind the insanity, and California health authorities have just confirmed this possibility by issuing new warnings about the adverse brain effects of cellphone radiation exposure.“The research suggests cellphones could increase our risk for brain cancer and tumors, low sperm count, headaches, as well as impaired memory, hearing, and sleep,” … [Read more...] about Cellphones driving modern humans to the brink of insanity? New science reveals young brains DERANGED by cellphone radiation exposure
(Natural News) Have you ever wondered what’s really in vaccines? According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s vaccine additives page, all the following ingredients are routinely used as vaccine additives:• Aluminum – A toxic metal linked to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. You should never inject yourself with aluminum, obviously. Read the Natural News article: Aluminum in vaccines linked to Alzheimer’s and other neurological conditions.• Antibiotics – Chemicals that promote superbugs, which are deadly antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria that are killing tens of thousands of Americans every year. Antibiotics wipe out your gut flora, inhibiting your digestive health and immune response.• Formaldehyde – A “pickling” chemical used to preserve cadavers. It’s highly toxic to the nervous system, causing blindness, brain damage and seizures. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services openly admits … [Read more...] about Five years of PROOF that the CDC knows vaccines still contain mercury, formaldehyde, aluminum, antibiotics and MSG… all of which are toxic to human biology
In 2007 the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified night work as a "probable human carcinogen," since then researchers have been searching for the biological mechanisms involved. The investigators believe that a prime suspect is the disruption of human circadian rhythms (24 hour 'body clock'). Circadian rhythms occur in hormone levels, hunger, sleep, body temperature as well as in a variety of other physiological aspects of health. The investigation appears in the October issue of Chronobiology International. breast cancer. Furthermore, hundreds of other genes that are epigeneticaly affected by long-term night work were identified in a larger examination of genetic make-up of the human biology. "We previously found epigenetic changes in two circadian clock genes in women with breast cancer, and we published those findings last year. We then wondered if night work could cause the same epigenetic changes in these same circadian genes as well as other … [Read more...] about Night Shift Working “A Probable Human Carcinogen”
Old monkeys share the same behaviors as older humans, according to a new study. This recent study notes some remarkable similarities of the selective behavior of old monkeys, compared to the cautious and discerning behavior of aging humans. Monkeys and humans are separated by 25 million years of evolution. Nevertheless, researchers report that aging monkeys show physical losses and social activity, similar to human elders. You may have noticed that some grandparents or parents at retirement age get fussy, as they grow older. They become more selective. Every day, and every week, many of these elders go to the same restaurants. Some senior citizens are noted for getting irritable when they’re around too many strangers. And some older people prefer sitting quietly, while watching television — instead of playing in the yard, or going to the park with their grandchildren. Recently, scientists have discovered that old monkeys share some of these … [Read more...] about Monkeys Share the Same Aging Behavior as Humans, New Study Reports
Undoubtedly, winter is difficult for most life forms on Earth. The ground goes dormant, and animals who have foraged during the transition season become less active. Domesticated pets and livestock must be protected from frostbite and starvation. Many species go into complete hibernation. For those that don’t it is survival of the fittest, with humans being especially ill equipped to weather cold seasons. The human race is suited for temperate climates. Our naked skin finds temperatures under 77˚ F to be cold, at which point the body will start going through physiological changes. Mortality rates go up in the winter, along with cases Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Traditional societies came to all but a halt in the coldest months while modern society finds winter inconvenient and economically untenable. Artificial lighting extends daytime hours and heated environments allow us to continue to work our scheduled shifts. … [Read more...] about Winter Hibernation and SAD May Be Normal Human Response
Turn on the TV or read some of the comments on any popular blog post and you can’t help but wonder… are people getting dumber? It’s largely believed that the human brain continues evolving to be bigger and better, but this is a myth. The average human brain (relative to body size) has been getting smaller, not larger! In the last 10,000 – 20,000 years the average brain has shrunk the size of a tennis ball. When humans “upgraded” their hunter-gatherer ways for civilization — living in larger groups and depending on agriculture and domesticated animals for sustenance — our brains started shrinking. Scientists do not agree on the cause of this phenomena but we only have to look at the brains of animals to see what might be going on. All domesticated animals have smaller brain mass compared to their wild cousins. Wolves for example have larger brains relative to their body size than dogs. People … [Read more...] about Human Brains Are Shrinking – Are We Getting Dumber?
Since becoming a vegetarian in 1975, at the ripe old age of 36, I have constantly been told that humans are naturally designed to eat anything that had a face and a mother and pooped. This, obviously, was told to me by conditioned people that were addicted to the taste of flesh and blood. Through years of searching for a side-by-side comparison of various eating types, I discovered an article entitled, “Humans are Biologically Herbivorous”. The article, which is lengthy, was written by a Physician (wonders never cease!) named Milton R. Mills. Rather than try to re-write the article, I took another approach that would lend itself to more simplicity and easier understanding. Here goes: FACIAL MUSCLES JAW TYPE JAW JOINT LOCATION JAW MOTION MAJOR JAW MUSCLES MOUTH OPENING VS. HEAD SIZE TEETH: INCISORS TEETH: CANINES TEETH: MOLARS CHEWING SALIVA STOMACH TYPE STOMACH ACIDITY WITH FOOD IN STOMACH LENGTH OF SMALL INTESTINE COLON LIVER KIDNEY NAILS Here’s … [Read more...] about Humans are Biologically Herbivores
What is synthetic biology? This revolutionary scientific field is evolving so rapidly that some consider it the technology of the century. Researchers and scientists are using science and technology with the goal of engineering DNA to feed the world, cure diseases, and solve an impending energy crisis. However, this biological approach and practice is not void of controversy and unyielding criticism. Among many things, synthetic biology involves DNA. DNA is complex and long strings of molecules embedded in every living cell. These molecules contain an instruction set that determines what the living organism will do and what it looks like. In essence, the DNA of an organism is the genetic code, or genome of the organism. For thousands of years, humans have varied the genetic code of animals and plants by selective breeding. Today scientists are taking useful genetic information from one organism and adding it to another. Moreover, … [Read more...] about What is Synthetic Biology?
Sungazing is becoming an increasing interest to people in the modern world and for good reason. Sungazing is one of the oldest human practices known to man. Records of paintings in caves all around the world depict people standing beneath the sun, their eyes gazing deep into its light as if some otherworldly communion was taking place. From Australia and the Asiatic countries to the Middle East and the natives of the pre-Americas, worshiping the sun is mankind’s oldest religious practice. Unfortunately, Western history and their academic institutions do not expound on this most enlightening phenomenon other than to say that ancient people worshiped the sun as God. But is there a deeper, more insightful dimension concerning the connection human beings have with sun? Absolutely! The Ancient Mind To the ancient mind the sun and the moon were the lights that ruled the day and ruled the night. Without modern lighting to light their humble cities at night, the night sky and … [Read more...] about Sungazing Sunlight and Human Health
Iron is a chemical element that is silver-white in pure form, but rusts easily. It is found in all living organisms, and while it is perhaps best known for its role in hemoglobin formation, iron plays extremely important roles in numerous other biological processes. This article contains a list of iron’s principle functions in the human body, and ends with a guide to our recommended daily intake. Forms hemoglobin – Iron works with the proteins in our bodies to make hemoglobin in our red blood cells. Hemoglobin is a hemoprotein that gives blood its characteristic dark red color, and its main function is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the body’s tissues. This oxygen is needed so our bodies can perform their daily tasks, and when deprived of it they will become weak and tired (classic symptoms of anemia). Boosts energy – Iron is also needed to make myoglobin. Myoglobin is a hemoprotein found in muscle fibers that receives oxygen from the hemoglobin in the … [Read more...] about Iron: An Important Mineral That Performs Many Biological Functions