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By Duncan Roads, Editor, NEXUS

It is fair to say, in this day and age, that the disconnect between mainstream media “reality” and what is really going on is getting to the point where many people in society are not being told the full story—about almost everything and anything.

In geopolitics, we see media organisations such as Al Jazeera willing to totally fabricate events and broadcast them via BBC, CNN, ABC and other licensees.

In what is needlessly called “alternative health”, we see the might of transnational drug companies steering government health policies as well as affecting personal sovereignty in the form of forced vaccinations, freedom of choice in the treatment of serious disease, and the right to be able to purchase health products of our choosing. {..}

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  • Biologist leads pioneering study on stress
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    Ball-and-stick model of the dopamine molecule, a neurotransmitter that affects the brain’s reward and pleasure centers.A biologist at Louisiana State University conducted a pioneering research study that could help us to better understand the role of dopamine in stress resilience in humans through analyzing wild songbirds. This study could lead to increased prevention and treatment of stress-related disorders.Dopamine is a chemical in the brain that is important for learning and memory. Department of … […]

  • The 1967 close encounters of Carroll Watts
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    During the spring and summer of 1967 in the small town of Wellington in Texas, a series of bizarre close encounters, all of which would occur within six months of each other, would take place with farmer, Carroll Watts seemingly at the center of them. Furthermore, Watts’ wife, Rosemary, could also corroborate at least parts of several of the sightings, if only from afar.The incidents are another that divide opinion in the UFO community and remain controversial still today. Were the apparent contact … […]

  • An incredible 45 day storm turned California into a 300-mile-long sea – and it could happen again
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    A massive 19th century storm in the pacific United States opened up a 300-mile-long sea that stretched through much of the central part of California.And it looks like the state is due for another megaflood.For 43 days, from late 1861 to early 1862, it rained almost nonstop in central California. Rivers running down the Sierra Nevada mountains turned into torrents that swept entire towns away.The storm was caused by an atmospheric river, a large concentration of water vapour that can cause devastating … […]

  • Physicists have reversed time on the smallest scale by using a quantum computer
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    It’s easy to take time’s arrow for granted – but the gears of physics actually work just as smoothly in reverse. Maybe that time machine is possible after all?An experiment earlier this year shows just how much wiggle room we can expect when it comes to distinguishing the past from the future, at least on a quantum scale. It might not allow us to relive the 1960s, but it could help us better understand why not.Researchers from Russia and the US teamed up to find a way to break, or at least bend, one… […]

  • These real tattoos change colour as biomarkers like glucose levels shift
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    Enough of biosensor “tattoos” that are just a wearable sticker. Scientists in Germany have developed an actual, intradermal tattoo that can change colour in response to changing levels of glucose, albumin, or pH.They haven’t yet been tested in humans, but on pieces of pig skin the tattoos shifted across a range of hues as scientists tweaked the concentrations of the key biomarkers.It’s an exciting first step that could lead to real tattoos that let patients and doctors monitor chronic … […]

  • Life has been found thriving in ancient seawater trapped below Alaska’s permafrost
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    Just outside the northernmost city of Alaska, underneath an expanse of white tundra, researchers have found a rich community of microbes bathing in ancient seawater.According to a team from the University of Washington, this underground tomb of briny fluid, known as a cryopeg, has probably been here since at least the last ice age, when the ocean receded and the abandoned seabed froze over.Trapped under the permafrost for up to 50,000 years, these marine bacteria (and the viruses they carry) have managed to… […]

  • Medieval drain measuring 300ft long found in Scotland is one of the country’s best preserved tunnels and dates back to the 14th century
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    14th century medieval remnant was found beneath Paisley Abbey in Scotland The 300ft long stretch of drain tunnel ended near the present-day riverIt is thought the drain tunnel would have reached the river when it was built Drain is now being covered up again but could lead to a future visitor attractionA stunningly well-preserved 300ft long stretch of drain tunnel has been discovered in Scotland and is being heralded as one of the best preserved examples ever found.The 14th century medieval … […]

  • US Navy and Lockheed Martin officially introduce directed energy weapons into warfare
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    Nearly 4 years ago, I wrote an article entitled, “Lasers and Electronic Warfare To Be Used in New World of Drones and Anti-Drones,” wherein I detailed the trend toward using directed energy weapons in warfare. Unfortunately, it appears that much of the speculation at that time about whether or not this was merely the military-industrial complex looking to fund more boondoggle projects that would never see the light of day actually has become reality.Fox News reports:If swarms of enemy small … […]

  • Gorillas, charcoal and the fight for survival in Congo’s rainforest
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    A man looks out over a newly cleared area of forest at Kahuzi-Biéga national park near Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo.A deadly conflict simmers between the autochthon people forced out of Kahuzi-Biéga national park, and the rangers protecting the landOn a scarred hillside on the edge of the Kahuzi-Biéga national park, smoke rises from the once-forested slope as men cut down trees and burn them for charcoal. Suddenly, warning cries echo across the landscape. Park rangers are … […]

  • Cuttlefish ink found promising for cancer treatment
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    Researchers have found that cuttlefish ink—a black suspension sprayed by cuttlefish to deter predators—contains nanoparticles that strongly inhibit the growth of cancerous tumors in mice. The nanoparticles consist mostly of melanin by weight, along with amino acids, monosaccharides (simple sugars), metals, and other compounds. The researchers showed that the nanoparticles modify the immune function in tumors, and when combined with irradiation, can almost completely inhibit tumor growth.The … […]

  • Are farmers being manipulated into buying GMO soybean seeds?
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    In the past 3 years, Monsanto’s (now Bayer) genetically modified soybean seeds have dominated 60% to 70% of the market. The Xtend soybeans bring in about $1 billion a year for Bayer, which acquired Monsanto in June 2018. But sales of the seeds are being driven by fear, and that fear has birthed an anti-trust lawsuit against the agrochemical giant.Xtend soybeans have been genetically altered to withstand an herbicide called dicamba. The weed-killer has been around for decades, but it poses a problem … […]

  • Compassion Focused Therapy for anxiety and low self-esteem
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    If you’ve ever been told to “stop acting like a baby”, we have some good news for you. Embracing your inner child, or soothing yourself as you would a distressed baby, can be a way of healing past traumas as well as reducing anxiety and feelings of shame.Compassion Focused Therapy uses a definition of compassion grounded in Buddhist tradition, which defines compassion as “sensitivity to suffering in self and others, with a commitment to try to alleviate and prevent it”.It&rsquo… […]

  • Watch live demonstration of cleaning robots that will displace thousands of jobs
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    As we’ve said in many articles, a new wave of investments in automation is already underway, could eliminate 20% to 25% of the current American workforce by 2030, or about 40 million jobs.In the latest installment of robots plotting a takeover, we set our eyes on a Singapore-based firm called LionsBot International – who has developed an autonomous robot that can sing, rap, wink and even tell jokes while scrubbing floors, reported Yahoo.The company debuted the robot at a live demonstration ceremony on … […]

  • Sick children among cancer victims suing Monsanto over Roundup
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    A 12-year-old boy suffering from cancer is among the newest plaintiffs taking on Monsanto and its German owner Bayer AG in growing litigation over the safety of Roundup herbicides and Monsanto’s handling of scientific concerns about the products.Lawyers for Jake Bellah were in court Monday in Lake County Superior Court in Lakeport, California arguing that Bellah’s young age and diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) qualified him for “trial preference,” or a speedy trial. In their … […]

  • International laws governing the use of nuclear weapons in outer space expiring in 2021
    on July 23, 2019 at 14:00

    What’s next for the 8 countries (Pakistan, Russia, China, US, France, UK, North Korea, India) with nuclear capabilitiesIn recent rhetoric about a treaty between Russia and Pakistan to not be the first to deploy weapons in space, citing “The use of force against space-based objects, the development and deployment of Anti Ballistic Missile systems and their integration into space assets have added worrying dimensions to the issues relating to Outer Space” the two countries voiced … […]