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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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  • Upright canine peers through window near Cresson Mountain, PA
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    The following account was recently forwarded to me:In Western Pennsylvania, on Cresson Mountain, in 1965, I was exploring the woods with a friend who lived in the area. We crossed a stream at the bottom of a ravine and went up hill.Maybe a mile up slope, in trees, we came upon a dome made of interlaced tree branches. It was tall enough for me to enter without bending over. I did so. It stank horribly.Inside we found fresh timothy grass laid out in a kind of pallet or bed in one end. There was no debris of a…

  • EMF/wifi protection – Blushield Homepack – as used by NEXUS
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    Blushield products are what I have been using at home and in the Nexus office. For the first time I have found something that actually works. Now I’m telling everyone — Duncan Roads, NEXUS MagazineProtection from Electromagnetic Fields including Plug-in and Tesla Portable.Recommended for homes with low to high electromagnetic fields, the plug-in unit covers 45 metres in all directions (90 metre diameter).Great for teenagers and adults, the Tesla Gold Portable covers a three-metre area in all …

  • The first observation of a stable torus of fluid’s resonance frequencies
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    Top view of the pattern observed on the outer periphery of a mercury ring subjected to vibrations. The number of lobes increases with the frequency of the vibration (respectively from left to right, from top to bottom). The gray area corresponds to the central solid cylinder. Diameter of the torus ~ 4 cm.A team of researchers at Laroche Laboratory, Université Paris Diderot and Université de Lyon has recently collected the first measurements of the resonance frequencies of a stable torus of …

  • Skin-crawling discovery: ‘body farm’ scientists find corpses move
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    Researcher Alyson Wilson studied the movements of a corpse over 17-months and found humans don’t exactly rest in peace.An Australian scientist has proved that human bodies move around significantly for more than a year after death, in findings that could have implications for detectives and pathologists around the world.After studying and photographing the movements of a corpse over 17-months, Alyson Wilson told AFP on Friday that she found humans don’t exactly rest in peace.In one case study, arms …

  • Bankrupt California utility blamed for deadly wildfires agrees to $11 billion payout
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    Firefighters monitor a back fire while battling to save homes at the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, in November.PG&E to pay insurers of claimants from two years of blazes, including Paradise fire that left 86 dead, in tentative dealA utility company with a history of sparking wildfires has agreed to pay $11bn to a group of insurance companies representing claimants from deadly northern California wildfires in 2017 and 2018.The tentative agreement includes insurance claims from the town of Paradise, …

  • Neuroscientists find our experience of beauty is linked to an unexpected brain region
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    Neuroscientists think they have found a key area in our brains that helps us assess and respond to what we find beautiful, also known as aesthetic appeal. And that appeal could be more linked to our sense of self than you might expect.When something pleases us visually – whether it’s a fine piece of artwork, a beautiful feat of architecture, or an untouched natural landscape – new research demonstrates there is a pattern of activity in what’s known as the default mode network (DMN).The DMN is a …

  • India is banning single-use plastic and the rest of the world should too
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    “The world should join India in putting an end to single-use plastic.”India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 14th Conference of Parties (CoP) to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) on Monday.During opening remarks, Modi declared the “time has come” for “the world to say goodbye” to single-use plastic, calling on world leaders to follow India’s lead in banning the plastic.“My Government has announced that India will …

  • Healthcare Freedom Rights Amendment – part II
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    In 1989 the grassroots Coalition for Alternatives in Nutrition and Healthcare (CANAH), founded by Catherine J. Frompovich, PhD, had garnered and presented to Health and Human Services 100,000 physical signatures (pre-internet) on a petition for a proposed amendment that Dr. Frompovich drafted to the U.S. Constitution and each state constitution. Her original 1989 federal version read as follows:WE THE PEOPLE of the United States, propose AMENDMENT XXVII to be known as the HEALTHCARE RIGHTS AMENDMENT, which …

  • Debate over Japan’s extinct wolf grows
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    An unidentified animal howl recorded in the Okuchichibu mountains bears a strong resemblance to a wolf howl, according to an analysis of audio samples provided by Hiroshi Yagi, an independent researcher who has been working to prove the existence of the officially extinct Japanese wolf.The howl was caught in a video clip from one of the 70 or so motion-sensitive infrared cameras Yagi and his nonprofit organization have set up in a mountainous area bordering Tokyo and Saitama, Yamanashi and Gunma prefectures…

  • Food brands owned by Monsanto
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    In BriefThe Facts:Below is a list of food brands currently owned by Monsanto. The list was put out by Vocal Media.Reflect On:Are the foods we eat safe? Are the chemicals we eat ingest with them safe? A lot of science has shown otherwise, so what’s really going on here.Monsanto is a biotech corporation that was founded in the early 1900s. They produce genetically modified foods (GMOs) and many chemicals that are sprayed onto our food, including several pesticides. A recent study published in the …

  • Yemen’s Houthi rebels launch drones on 2 big Saudi oil sites
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Yemen’s Houthi rebels launched drone attacks on the world’s largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia and a major oil field Saturday, sparking huge fires at a vulnerable chokepoint for global energy supplies.It remained unclear hours later whether anyone was injured at the Abqaiq oil processing facility and the Khurais oil field or what effect the assault would have on oil production. Rising smoke from the fires at the sites could be seen by …

  • Researchers unearth ‘new’ mass-extinction
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    New analysis brings total of species extinctions to sixA team of scientists has concluded that earth experienced a previously underestimated severe mass-extinction event, which occurred about 260 million years ago, raising the total of major mass extinctions in the geologic record to six.”It is crucial that we know the number of severe mass extinctions and their timing in order to investigate their causes,” explains Michael Rampino, a professor in New York University’s Department of Biology …

  • Genetically modified mosquitoes plague Brazil
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    After a field experiment between 2013 and 2015, genetically modified mosquitoes are breeding in Brazil, while according to the researchers’ original plan, all released mosquitoes and their offspring should have died.An attempt to contain the populations of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti in Brazil may have failed. It appears that gene mutations have been transferred to the local population.The British company Oxitec had released about 450,000 male mosquitoes every week in the city…

  • ‘Maximum lies’: Iran rejects US’ claim it attacked Saudi oil facilities
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    … warns it’s ready for warIran has rebuffed US accusations of launching a drone attacks that cut Saudi Arabia’s oil output in half. A senior Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander, meanwhile, has warned Washington that Tehran is ready for war.Allegations that Iran was behind the drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities are “unsubstantiated” and false, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Seyyed Abbas Mousavi stated on Sunday. He also said officials in Washington are accusing Iran in …

  • SPY PIGEONS & KILLER CIGARS: weird ways CIA tried to win the Cold War
    on September 15, 2019 at 14:00

    The CIA has declassified documents revealing its Cold War spy pigeons program, the latest revelation of the truly bizarre lengths the US went to to win the war which included killer cigars, trained dolphins and acoustic kitties.Pigeon spiesThe Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has declassified details of its secret spy-pigeon mission during the Cold War, named ‘Tacana’. It used the birds to secretly photograph sites inside the Soviet Union. The avian species was chosen because of their ability …