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We are being lied to about just about EVERYTHING, and we’re supposed to smile about it? We’re being told lies and we’re supposed to accept it? In this episode, we go into some of the lies that we are faced with every day, and uncover some of the cold, hard truths.
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Former World Bank Senior Council, Karen Hudes has been making a lot of noise lately, and she recently said something she’s never said before. She said that a second species on Earth controls money and religion. Many people who have held positions to know things that the rest of us might not know have made some very shocking statements lately. For example, Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of National Defence recently said that there are at least “4 known alien species that have been visiting Earth
A new toy called “Hello Barbie” will have conversations with children, record those conversations and send it to servers where it will get analyzed!
The new Hello Barbie is actually specifically designed to store the conversations that it has with the children, so it can then be analyzed by a team of researchers who will make the toy’s responses more complex.
“Whatever we come away with as our first blush attempt at the conversations, we’ll see what kids want to talk about or not. We’ll take our honest best guess at that and then see what comes back, and then that will change and evolve over time as those conversations happen between individual children and Barbie dolls,” Oren Jacob, CEO of ToyTalk said in a recent statement.
Smoking marijuana is 114 times safer than drinking alcohol.
This is according to an international study which claims the plant may be ‘significantly’ less harmful than scientists believe.
On an individual level, the study found that alcohol was the deadliest drug when it comes to the likelihood of a person dying from a high dose.
The next most deadly substances are heroin and cocaine, followed by tobacco, ecstasy, and methamphetamine.
After nearly eight centuries of accusing the black rat for spreading the bubonic plague, scientists say they have compelling evidence to exonerate the much-maligned rodent. In the process, they’ve identified a new culprit: gerbils.
It’s always the cute ones you have to watch out for, isn’t it?According to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, climate data dating back to the 14th century contradicts the commonly held notion that European plague outbreaks were caused by a reservoir of disease-carrying fleas hosted by the continent’s rat population.
My reason for writing this email is because I had just heard an interview of Stephanie Seneff PhD about autism and vaccines and acetaminophen how these could all be mediated through glutamate in the blood/brain. (https://www.ihealthtube.com/aspx/viewvideo.aspx?v=5fe9a460f574c281) Her hypothesis is that the tylenol given to kids with their shots causes the liver glutathione to be depleted which causes an increase in glutamate in the brain, glutamate being an excitotoxin which causes a number of damages to those who are genetically (or nutritionally as Glyphosate seems to have a knack for predisposing people to brain damage from glutamate) predisposed, some of these brain damages resembling what has been found in autism.
As soon as I heard this I was curious to know if you had given your son any tylenol when he got that fateful MMR shot? Because I would love to know that science somewhere is pretty close to figuring exactly which factors are involved in this debilitating disease before it is too late.
The majority (52 percent) of Obamacare enrollees receiving an advance premium tax credit to purchase Obamacare insurance is facing the prospect of paying back $530 of that tax credit to the IRS, according to a new study from H&R Block. This clawback is reducing the refunds for these taxpayers by 17 percent this filing season.
Under Obamacare, taxpayers earning between 133 and 400 percent of the federal poverty level are eligible to receive a tax credit to help purchase insurance on Obamacare exchanges. This tax credit is calculated using old tax data of the recipients. The credit is advanced ahead of time to the taxpayer’s insurance company. The taxpayer must reconcile at tax time the advance credit received with the actual credit she is eligible for.
It remains unclear how this information relates to the revelation last week that 800,000 healthcare.gov Obamacare customers (and a further 100,000 in California) received inaccurate 1095-A tax reporting forms. Doing the reconciliation described here would not be possible for these nearly 1 million families.
Also in the H&R Block report is the news that the individual mandate penalty is averaging $172. This is likely to rise in future years as the penalty for most taxpayers will equal 2.5 percent of their adjusted gross income. A family earning $100,000 would see a penalty of $2500 for failing to obtain qualified Obamacare health insurance.
Anti-science conspiracy theorists are so credulous they can’t determine when they’re being purposefully duped, according to a new study.
A team of Italian and American researchers tested the social media biases feeding belief in conspiracy theories such as chemtrails, shape-shifting reptilian overlords, and the Illuminati, reported Motherboard.The researchers found that adherents to conspiracy theories are highly receptive to claims that support their views and rarely engage with social media pages that question their beliefs.
The World Economic Forum last year identified “digital misinformation” alongside terrorism, cyber attacks, and global governmental failure as threats to modern society.
The researchers then tested the strength of these users’ biases by posting “troll information” – or sarcastic comments parodying anti-science views – on Facebook.
“These posts are clearly unsubstantiated claims, like the undisclosed news that infinite energy has been finally discovered, or that a new lamp made of actinides (e.g. plutonium and uranium) might solve problems of energy gathering with less impact on the environment, or that the chemical analysis revealed that chemtrails contains sildenafil citratum (the active ingredient of Viagra),” the researchers said.
They found that 78 percent of those who “liked” these 4,709 troll posts interacted primarily with conspiracy theory pages, as were 81 percent of those who commented on them.
The researchers also noted that anti-conspiracy theorists often wasted “cognitive resources” pushing back against these unscientific “troll” claims, even when they were “satirical imitation of false claims.”
Lies by omission
We’re constantly lied to about the origins of us…
Constantly lied to about Marijuana…
Laws… politics… what it means to be a citizen in the USA…
Media lies and biases, spreading abject lies if not misinformation with impunity.