Editor’s Note: Despite the world reaction to this tragedy with France declaring war against ISIL, no one seems to want to declare war against ISIL’s real backers. Putin did have the gumption to tell the UN that some of ISIL supporters were in the room with him at the G-20, but out of diplomatic courtesy did not name them.
Social engineering is the hacking of human beings. It’s not new, but what is new is the almost overnight and spectacular take-up rate of social media across the world; and it brings with it new challenges that in some context should be termed social media engineering.
“These companies want total control over all of your food, and ultimately, I suspect, over human life processes and DNA itself.
There is no doubt in my mind that these companies are wicked, and they need to be stopped.” -PhD. Joseph P. Farrell
The world is slowly but surely turning the page on one of the most fundamental rights we have on this Earth–the right to consume, cultivate and possess a plant. That right has been stripped away from many populations globally for decades.
Just a couple of decades ago, the people of ancient civilizations were viewed as simple, primitive people. However, numerous discoveries since then have revealed a number of surprising facts about ancient cultures, namely that many of them possessed advanced knowledge of metallurgy, mathematics, chemistry, astronomy, and more.
Epigenetics is a branch of biology which studies how the development and functioning of biological systems are influenced by forces that operate outside of the DNA sequence. Within the past few years alone, remarkable discoveries have been made which demonstrate that our thoughts, emotions, feelings, and overall perception of the world/environment around us can actually have physical/biological effects on our DNA.
The Moon in Aquarius briefly links with the co-ruler of that planet Uranus in a brief but very positive way today. This pushes us to be a bit more logical or even open minded when it comes to home or emotional issues.
The horrendous terrorist attacks in Paris and the resulting blanket media coverage have once again raised questions about the proportionality of news coverage when it comes to reporting deadly events.The argument goes that the Paris attacks are unfairly given more coverage than similar events in other places around the world – such as last Thursday’s bombings in Beirut, which killed 44 people, or the shooting of 147 people at a university in Kenya in April, to name just two examples.
Mouth microbes, on the other hand, don’t seem to care.In a battle against an infection, antibiotics can bring victory over enemy germs.
Did you take note that the important inclusion of the Chinese RMB into the IMF’s basket of currencies for the International Banking Reserves?