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All things 6th extinction: FACTOR "Y"

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. Joe Gavin

    Joe Gavin Face Everything And Rise

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  3. A new invasive species is threatening Switzerland. A queen Asian hornet, which eats “useful” insects like honey bees and other pollinators, has been caught in canton Jura.
    The Asian hornet (Vespa velutina), also known as the Asian predatory wasp or yellow-legged hornet, first appeared in Europe in 2004, in southwest France. Last autumn, specimens were discovered just 20 kilometres from the Swiss border.

  4. Jack Kruse

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  5. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Extinctions? That's sad stuff.

    We just need more races for more cures and some colored ribbons raising awareness to sky high levels. That always fixes the problem.

    During a trip to Houston I was depressed to see that every other billboard was about fighting cancer or raising some disease awareness. After two days of seeing it, the whole thing started to seem cultish, creepy, and uncomfortable.
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  7. cinnamon

    cinnamon Gold

    Human anti-depressants are building up in the brains of fish in the Niagara River


    "Active ingredients and metabolized remnants of Zoloft, Celexa, Prozac and Sarafem — drugs that have seen a sharp spike in prescriptions in North America — were found in 10 fish species."

    "The research, published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, found levels of antidepressants in fish brains that were several times higher than levels in the river itself, indicating that the chemicals are accumulating over time."

    Diana Aga, the study's author said she "did not believe the chemicals were a threat to humans, as people do not usually eat fish brains."

    "Wastewater treatment focuses on killing disease-causing bacteria and on extracting solid matter but not on removing chemicals that might be found in human urine...[snip]...As a result, wildlife is exposed to all of these chemicals. Fish are receiving this cocktail of drugs 24 hours a day, and we are now finding these drugs in their brains."
  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Addiction to blue light devices in your hand 24/7, CTE, parents afraid to let kids play football, sky high prices, and bad coaching, and players that diss the country at the beginning of every game? Gee I wonder why America is turning away in droves? http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl...tadiums/ar-AArTqkb?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp
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  9. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    Ahh wouldn't want the fans to get those solar rays during the one time they're not staring at a screen....
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  10. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    And another anti-bonus: we are now the ones watching those that attend huge public events with their RF pulsing devices. Movie theaters, sports stadiums, concerts--anywhere a lot of people now gather in tight spaces. Dare I say even in modern-day congregations and the lighting used behind the preacher. Where did all of the stained glass go with natural sunlight shining in!?
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  11. Three-Quarters of All Honey On Earth Has Pesticides In It

    About three quarters of all honey worldwide is contaminated with pesticides known to harm bees, according to a new study. Though the pesticide levels were below the limit deemed safe for human consumption, there was still enough insecticide in there to harm pollinators. The finding suggests that, as one of the study authors said, "there's almost no safe place for a bee to exist." Scientists analyzed 198 honey samples from all continents, except Antarctica, for five types of pesticides called neonicotinoids, which are known to harm bees. They found at least one of the five compounds in most samples, with the highest contamination in North America, Asia, and Europe. The results are published today in the journal Science.

    To get a better sense of just how widespread neonic contamination is, Mitchell and his colleagues analyzed 198 worldwide honey samples collected as a citizen science project between 2012 and 2016. They found that 75 percent of honey contained at least one of the five tested neonics, and 45 percent of samples had two or more. Honey from North America, Asia, and Europe was most contaminated, while the lowest contamination was in South America. Neonic concentrations were relatively low: on average, 1.8 nanograms per gram in contaminated honey -- below the limits set as safe for people by the EU.

    (From The Verge, via Slashdot)
  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Why is Factor Y really a global phenomena on Earth today? Anyone want to guess? Here is my input on that topic. New weekend blog out on the question of why? Why ask why? Could asking why show you why functional medicine algorithms or the meme's of supplement makers usurp nature's messages from our brains? This blog contains some major truth bombs about blue light and nnEMF for you to consider this weekend and I look forward to your comments on it. Enjoy! I am getting ready to hunker down for the hurricane in New Orleans. https://www.patreon.com/posts/14752278
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  13. shiran

    shiran Curious

    Just saw the video... have to say..
    Jack There are similarities between you and him...
    The " why "there reminds my of my kids asking me why after why after why..
    looking forward to reading the blog
    Thanks for your in lightings
  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I submit I like talking Why questions better with people I do not know or care about because the emotional ties lessen the sharpness of thought behind the discussion
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  16. shiran

    shiran Curious

    What a great blog !Like we Israelis make a lot of tec that will eventually kill us ..
    Americans are Professors in Marketing that will eventually harm most of the world..
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  18. Linz

    Linz Gold

  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Just go back and re-read Ubiquitination 24 some time.

    Curiosity like common sense does not grow in everyone's garden — a state of active interest or genuinely wanting to know more about something — allows you to embrace unfamiliar circumstances, giving you a greater opportunity to experience discovery and joy. We all want to be happy; according to the Dalai Lama, it is "the very purpose of our life."
    Yet despite the incredible advancement of modern-day technology and society, few of us are happy. If ignorance is truly bliss why aren't more people happy? A 2013 Harris Poll found that only one in three Americans say they're very happy. Happiness is linked to the amount and quality of sunlight we get and the people we spend our time with.
    Perhaps this is because the majority of our time is spent in unsatisfying work, repetitive daily routines, associating with the wrong people, and at night passively watching a blue-lit flickering screen??
    But we don't have to settle for unhappy lives. We're all capable of achieving happiness and more meaning in life if we adopt the right attitudes and behaviors and people we spend time with. Perhaps the most important attitude linked to happiness is curiosity. It helps us avoid bullshit beliefs of other people peddle here and elsewhere.
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