“Fluoridation is the greatest case of scientific fraud of this century.” – Robert Carlton, Ph.D, former EPA scientist, 1992 Fluoride- everyone “knows” what it is, in the same sense that everyone, at the age of 4, “knew” babies were delivered by a broad-winged bird with a rapier-like beak, as in the same way people many centuries ago “knew” the Earth was flat. As the latter two comparisons are incorrect, it is safe to assume that so is the statement encompassed in the second through fifth words. Why does anyone link fluoride to healthy teeth? It all started in the early
Humanity must break free from the elite’s technological panopticon
Transgender military ban: White House admits it doesn’t know what will happen to serving personnel after Donald Trump’s announcement
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John McCain took time out of cancer treatment to vote against poor Americans accessing healthcare – he is no hero
Church minister, 70, ‘raped and sexually abused seven vulnerable women and girls during exorcisms after telling them God commanded him to ‘go into the womb to release evil spirits”
The carers who do not care: From biting and spraying deodorant in the face of dementia patients to stealing their savings, sickening gallery reveals bullies guilty of abusing the elderly
How statins could help 2.5 million patients with kidney disease: Drugs can tackle fatty deposits in the arteries that are caused by the condition
I apologize, ancient Brits were in fact ‘typically’ black.
Paul Joseph Watson | I apologize, ancient Brits were in fact ‘typically’ black.
IT staffer for DNC caught with thousands in cash at airport
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Megan Beets of the LaRouchePAC science team interviews Mike Paluszek, President of Princeton Satellite Systems, on his company’s design for a fusion-driven rocket. Far more advanced than other forms of propulsion, a fusion rocket would open up the solar system to exploration, development, and colonization—and with adequate funding, it could be ready in about a decade. This is a primary example of Lyndon LaRouche’s concept of an economic platform: how the application of a new scientific principle transforms mankind’s capabilities and opens up a new platform—the solar system—for economic development.
“This is a culmination of many months of discussion between the White House Office of American Innovation and Foxconn”