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U.S. pledges new arms sales to Taiwan



November 25th, 2009

The United States plans to resume arms sales to Taiwan and warned of a build-up of missiles aimed at the island by China, a top U.S. diplomat said Tuesday.

Washington has not struck any new arms deals with Taiwan since President Barack Obama was sworn in at the start of the year, sparking concerns in Taipei that sales had been informally suspended.

 

Fresh lemon grass fields in Israel become Mecca for cancer patients


Written by Allison Kaplan Sommer
November 25th, 2009

A drink with as little as one gram of lemon grass contains enough citral to prompt cancer cells to commit suicide in the test tube. I

sraeli researchers find way to make cancer cells self-destruct -Ben Gurion University

At first, Benny Zabidov, an Israeli agriculturalist who grows greenhouses full of lush spices on a pastoral farm in Kfar Yedidya in the Sharon region, couldn't understand why so many cancer patients from around the country were showing up on his doorstep asking for fresh lemon grass. It turned out that their doctors had sent them.

 

Scientist Repeats Swine Flu Lab-Escape Claim in Published Study


Written by Simeon Bennett
November 25th, 2009

Adrian Gibbs, the virologist who said in May that swine flu may have escaped from a laboratory, published his findings today, renewing discussion about the origins of the pandemic virus

 

Banks earn $2.8B in 3Q; FDIC says dangers persist


Written By Daniel Wagner
November 23rd, 2009

The apparent end of the recession and stabilizing financial markets have not cured the banking industry, as souring and past-due loans have reached the highest levels in 26 years, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Tuesday.

Banks earned $2.8 billion in the third quarter, but nearly 40 percent of that was from a one-time accounting trick. Loan balances plummeted and the fund that insures their deposits was $8.2 billion in the red.

 

Drug-resistant bacteria on increase in U.S.: study



November 25th, 2009

Cases of a drug-resistant bacterial infection known as MRSA have risen by 90 percent since 1999, and they are increasingly being acquired outside hospitals, researchers reported on Tuesday.

 

Call of Duty Has Gone Too Far: How Our Children Are Being Programed Right Before Our Very Eyes


Written by James Green
November 25th, 2009

This is one of the more disturbing things I have seen in a while. To think of the way that our society is programmed and conditioned is becoming sickening. How our children are manipulated into believing that certain things are normal when most of us would be outraged if we stopped and paid attention. Of course that’s the key, if we paid attention. We live in a time when we are forced to not trust; a time when toys or games can be used to form ideals not just entertain. Face it, you could probably go on all day long about how messed up it is that propaganda and social programming rules our lives on a daily basis. It’s a constant that most don’t see, let alone understand. When those of us, who have seen through the smoke and mirrors, truly get an understanding of what is going on, only then do we see how disturbing so many things have become.

 

Intel Thinks People Might Want a Chip Implant in Their Brain


Written by Lin Edwards
November 25th, 2009

Intel believes its customers would be willing to have a chip implanted in their brains so they could operate computers without the need for a keyboard or mouse using thoughts alone. The implant could also be used to operate devices such as cell phones, TVs and DVDs.

 

GMWatch launches new myth-busting website: Revealing the Impact of Genetically Modified Foods



November 23rd, 2009

GMWatch has just launched its new website: www.gmwatch.org, which replaces the one forced off the web by 14 months of cyber attacks. A network engineer brought in to advise on the damage described these as the worst attacks he'd seen in his 20 years in the industry.[1] The new site has been designed to be user-friendly, making it easy to navigate what George Monbiot has called "the world's most comprehensive database on the impacts and the politics of genetically engineered crops.



 

Scientists Discover Influenza's Achilles Heel: Antioxidants


Written by Dr. Mercola
November 25th, 2009

As the nation copes with a shortage of vaccines for H1N1 influenza, a team of Alabama researchers has raised hopes that they have found an Achilles' heel for all strains of the flu -- antioxidants.

 

Revealed... the 515 chemicals women put on their bodies every day


Written by Maureen Rice
November 25rd, 2009

Women and beauty products - it's a love affair that's been going on for centuries. And no wonder. There's nothing like a new lipstick or favourite perfume to make us look and feel good. Or so we thought... In fact, according to a new report, most of our favourite cosmetics are cocktails of industrially produced and potentially dangerous chemicals that could damage our health and, in some cases, rather than delivering on their potent 'anti-ageing' promise, are causing us to age faster.

 
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