(Natural News) With all of the hysteria and fear-mongering about measles that’s sweeping mainstream media headlines these days, one might assume that children everywhere are dropping dead from this chickenpox-like infection. But according to official data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), not a single person … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Is an unborn human baby the same thing as a deadly parasite or a cancerous tumor? According to Professor Pascal Gagneux from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, unborn human life and these two deadly diseases are basically one and the same. As reported by The College Fix, Prof. Gagneux recently put … [Read More…]
(Natural News) In the mid-1800s, hundreds of thousands of Americans began migrating west along the Oregon Trail to take advantage of federal legislation guaranteeing a plot of land to anyone who settled the region. “The trail was arduous and snaked through Missouri and present-day Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho and finally into … [Read More…]
(Natural News) If you were to stage a beauty contest in a country where 96 percent of the population has white skin, would it surprise you if all of your contestants were Caucasian? No, not if you’re a normal, rational human being who understands concepts like ‘the law of averages.’ But we live in a day and age when rationality is … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Levels of pollution on some cruise ships’ decks are worse than in the world’s most polluted cities, an investigation by Channel 4 Dispatches has found. (Article by Chloe Farand republished from Independent.co.uk) The undercover investigation on Britain’s biggest crew operator P&O Cruises aimed to find out how clean … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The human papillomavirus, known as HPV, is an incredibly common sexually transmitted infection. Though just the name HPV strikes fear into the hearts of many, for the most part, it is totally harmless. The CDC’s website notes that, “HPV is so common that nearly all sexually active people get it at some point in their lives.” … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Your carbon footprint: It seems like we hear those three words at least once a day. We are made to feel that just going about the daily business of living is having devastating effects on the planet. If all the articles in the mainstream media are to be believed, we should all be feeling really guilty, pretty much all the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) It has long been believed that enveloped viruses – viruses like Herpes simplex, chickenpox and the flu virus, which have an outer membranous envelope – are not very stable, and are only infectious through direct and speedy aerosol transmission. A new study by scientists from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Are you tired of mainstream media appealing to futility? We’ve all heard the saying a thousand times, “eat less red meat.” Yet, what if ALL the red meat is tainted and carcinogenic, because, in actuality, once you add those concentrated salts (nitrates) and cook it or smoke it, you’re inviting cancer cells to the “party” … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Type 2 diabetes is often caused by poor dietary habits and lifestyle choices. In fact, people who are obese are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than those who maintain a healthy weight. Some health experts believe that this condition can be reversed by making healthy lifestyle changes, and this notion is supported … [Read More…]
(Natural News) In this study, researchers from the University of Macau used a metabolomics approach to compare two Forsythiae Fructus (Lianqiao in Chinese) aqueous extracts subtypes. Their findings, which demonstrate the difference between the clinical applications of green Forsythia (GF) and ripe Forsythia (RF), were published in The … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Both butter and coconut oil occasionally get a bad rap in the health community due to their considerable content of saturated fats, but do these food items truly deserve such unpopular reputations? In truth, both foods have their fair share of promising health benefits when consumed in moderation. Here are a few unique ways … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The allium vegetable family includes kitchen staples like onions, garlic, and chives. These vegetables aren’t just full of flavor, they also offer many health benefits. Alliums contain organosulfur compounds that possess antioxidant, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. These compounds can also help prevent blood … [Read More…]
(Natural News) With the deceptive “mainstream” media now running measles hysteria 24/7, you might be shocked to learn that the MMR vaccine doesn’t work as claimed. Even Reuters is now reporting that 10% of those infected with the measles were previously vaccinated against the measles. This stunning admission is found in an April 29 … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Even the mainstream media cannot deny scientific reality forever: Carbon dioxide (CO2) is essential for plant life. It is a key component of photosynthesis, the chemical process which plants depend on to stay alive. While it may not be well known, higher levels of CO2 are a key contributor to the massive global “regreening” … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Not long after it was confirmed that Amazon employees have been secretly listening to the user commands given to its artificial intelligence (AI) “Alexa” devices, without the knowledge or permission of these users, new reports have come out to show that Amazon employees are also abusing Alexa users’ location data, giving … [Read More…]
(Natural News) A case we’ve been reporting on in Western Canada has taken another turn for the worse, as the Supreme Court of British Columbia recently ruled that parents who refuse to use the “correct” gender pronouns chosen by their “transgender” children will now be considered guilty of committing “family violence.” Justice Francesca … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Okay, so it’s not uncommon for our government to come down on the wrong side of liberty and freedom, but things are getting out of hand. Rarely one to ‘do the right thing’ by taxpayers and citizens, the Internal Revenue Service is looking to earn a new moniker: The Inferno Revenue Service after granting tax-exempt status … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Not long ago, British soldiers claimed absolute power and imposed their will over the settlers who formed the thirteen American colonies. Lawlessly, the red coats would barge right in to homes and businesses, taking information without a warrant. The British Empire took up residence in colonists’ homes, breaking in and … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Shortly after the United States ‘liberated’ Iraq from Saddam Hussein, U.S. military forces, American diplomats, and Iraqi leaders established the country’s first truly free elections in decades. As part of their plan to prevent voter fraud and ensure election integrity, planners adopted a measure requiring everyone who … [Read More…]
(Natural News) In recent weeks, you may recall that Cook County state’s attorney Kim Foxx committed the outrage of the year, thus far: She refused to accept clear evidence from Chicago PD implicating “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett in his staged hate crime, thus declining to prosecute him. Now, we learn, the Chicago Sun-Times is … [Read More…]
(Natural News) One in every 10 Americans say they suffer from depression, at least occasionally. The World Health Organization predicts depression will be the second leading cause of disability and premature death starting next year. With so many Americans eating GMOs daily, it’s no wonder. These pesticide-laden foods affect cognition, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Swordfish, which has a long, flat bill, is a type of oily fish. Swordfish provides many nutrients and health benefits. Eating swordfish can: Help improve your sleep quality – Swordfish contains high amounts of magnesium, which is a mineral that helps reduce sleep problems. This mineral has a soothing effect on the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Research warns that a sedentary lifestyle coupled with a desk job can negatively affect your health and can even lead to an early death. Fortunately, a study conducted by researchers from Columbia University Irving Medical Center says that staying active even if you sit most of the day can lower your risk of health … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Researchers from Zhejiang Hospital in China reported that practicing t’ai chi can help with hypertension. In their study, which was published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, they looked at the effect of t’ai chi exercise on hypertension in young and middle-aged in-service staff. For the study, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) A study published in the Journal of Herbal Medicine found that betel leaf (Piper betle) extracts can be used as antimicrobial agents in oral care products. The study assessed the antimicrobial activity of betel leaf extracts in real-life applications. Betel leaf has been reported to have various medicinal properties. It … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Space is for everyone – that is to say, everyone at the lead of the space race who can afford large satellites and the rockets to put them in space. But researchers suggest that changing the way satellites are built and deployed could solve a lot of problems, including the issue of space junk. The space race was affected … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The West coast could soon be transformed by a devastating mega-earthquake — but not where you might expect. The San Andreas Fault may be the most famous fault line, but experts say that the Cascadia subduction zone now poses an even bigger threat. According to reports, the next full-margin rupture along Cascadia will be the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) There is a reason why patients with Lyme disease do not recover properly despite taking tons of pharmaceutical medicines. The best way to treat the insect-borne ailment is a biocentric approach that uses your body’s natural healing processes instead of antibiotics. Lyme disease is most common along the eastern seaboard … [Read More…]
(Natural News) It seems harmless to let your kids have a TV in their bedroom, but researchers warn that this privilege may actually be bad for them. According to a study, children younger than six who can watch films in their own space are more likely to be overweight. The study, which was published in the journal Science & Sports, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) For years now, Akwesasne Mohawks have been fighting to preserve their heritage, facing state and federal governments and the scientific industrial complex amid a crippling environmental degradation issue that threatens to endanger the very nature of their existence. The entire area where the Akwesasne Mohawks live, which … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Unlike morning people, night owls function better at night. Individuals who prefer a late-night lifestyle may be more productive in the evening, but according to health experts, they could also be at risk of different health problems because they tend to eat a lot of unhealthy foods. The study, which was published in the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Salmon is a popular superfood because it’s both delicious and nutritious. But should you be eating salmon skin? When cooking or eating salmon, most people leave the skin behind because it has a strange rubbery texture. While salmon is full of healthy fats, most of it is actually found in the skin. Is it safe to eat … [Read More…]
(Natural News) If you are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, you need to follow a nutritious and healthy diet since the condition affects your blood glucose levels. But diabetes doesn’t just affect your blood sugar. According to a study, Type 2 diabetes can also affect verbal fluency, especially among older patients. The study was … [Read More…]
(Natural News) “Think about how cold-blooded it is, that the bureaucrats and the UN and the globalists that control our government, opened our borders and told the entire Third World, filled with diseases, to pour into our nation,” reports Alex Jones in a bombshell new video called “The Measles Outbreak is a Giant False Flag and … [Read More…]
(Natural News) “Frankenscientists” hailing from the communist “paradise” of China have successfully inserted human brain genes into live monkeys, creating a real life “Planet of the Apes” scenario with the world’s first half-human, half-ape hybrid being. Using a special gene-editing technique they developed, the Chinese researchers were … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Don’t get caught up in the hype when your phone company starts promoting its upcoming 5G service. Is it cutting-edge technology? Yes. Is it faster than previous iterations? Certainly. Will they make a lot of money from it? Absolutely. But is it safe? Many experts believe the answer to that question is a firm “NO.” The new … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Turmeric is an incredible spice with many health benefits. In fact, it’s even used to make golden milk, a dairy-based drink that has anti-inflammatory properties. Golden milk: An antioxidant-rich beverage that’s good for you Golden milk contains turmeric and is served either hot or cold. Depending on your preference, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The liver is your body’s main filtration system. It gets rid of toxic substances that come from food, the environment, the products that you use, and even those produced naturally by your own body. Without the liver, you won’t have an organ to cleanse your blood, convert toxins into waste, metabolize nutrients, and produce … [Read More…]
(Natural News) For decades the progressive Left in America has increasingly denounced and denigrated our Christian heritage and cultural moorings, so it should come as no surprise that a growing number of them are finding a home in a new ‘church’ that seeks but one thing: To undermine and circumvent Christianity. As noted by End of the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) If you’re sick of having a cough or the flu, consume more fresh fruits and vegetables. Following a healthy diet and taking vitamin supplements can significantly boost your immunity and overall health. Rick Hay, the nutritional director of Healthista, shares five natural ways to boost your immune system. Eat colorful … [Read More…]
(Natural News) In Part One, we discussed the threats social media technology poses to a healthy and educated populace, the scientist cult of Skepticism and its extremist medical wing, and the online encyclopedia Wikipedia as a leading promulgator for Skepticism’s agenda. In Part Two, we go deeper into the Science-Based Medical faction and … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Plastic pollution in the ocean is not limited to just large pieces of trash that can choke, entangle, and injure marine life. The microfibers that make up synthetic fabrics also contribute to pollution, which is why it is important to reduce the amount of tiny fibers shed by synthetic clothing during each wash. Most … [Read More…]
(Natural News) In order to get attention for his biomedical startup, CEO Aaron Traywick got on stage in front of a live Facebook audience and injected himself with an experimental gene-altering herpes treatment. Traywick called the live injection an attempt “to increase scientific transparency and move science forward,” but his shenanigans … [Read More…]
(Natural News) If you’re a supporter of POTUS Donald Trump and you’ve been patiently waiting for him to launch a legal and political counterstrike against the Deep State co-conspirators who strategized with former President Obama to depose him, you won’t have to wait much longer. It appears that time has come. During his Thursday … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The LGBT Mafia has claimed yet another child victim, this time in Connecticut where a sophomore in high school was recently expelled from his school for the “crime” of disagreeing with the transgender agenda. According to reports, Michael Mancini, who had previously attended Cheshire Academy, located south of Hartford, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) You can store all sorts of items in your pantry as long as you have enough space. However, the key to having enough supplies when SHTF is storing foods that have a long shelf life. (h/t to MDCreekmore.com) The foods listed below can last for a long time. Still, you must discard any food item that looks, smells, or tastes … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Long ago, Earth got hit by a rogue planet, and the resulting planetary collision ejected what later became the moon into orbit around the now-fused planet. Researchers are now theorizing that the giant impactor also made it possible for life to set root on our planet much later on. The leading theory behind the formation … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) is a “miracle” superfood with various health benefits. This nutritious fruit can also boost your bone, heart, and skin health. Jackfruit: A nutritious, vegan-friendly fruit Jackfruit is a plant-based meat alternative that’s increasingly being used in the U.S. Young, unripe … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The second richest man in Japan recently lost a boatload of cash after deciding to sell his Bitcoin holdings, which he purchased at just about the worst possible time back in late 2017 when Bitcoin had reached all-time highs. Masayoshi Son, the billionaire founder of Softbank Group Corp., had experienced what many were … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Mark Levin told Breitbart News that the Obama administration “executed” the narrative framing President Donald Trump as colluding with the Russian government across the 2016 presidential election and beyond, offering his remarks on Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. (Article by … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The Satanic Temple is the perfect religion for progressives. You can believe anything you want, as long as you hate what Donald Trump, Christians and conservatives believe. Unlike the Church of Satan, the Satanic Temple doesn’t even believe in a supernatural entity called Satan. Instead, they celebrate Satan as “the … [Read More…]
The local and state government officials don’t care about their own people.
San Francisco has morphed from a beautiful, clean city into a needle strewn, feces filled, homeless camp with trash and rats everywhere.
So has Seattle, LA, and other big progressive cites.
With California Democrat’s firmly in charge the destruction of this once great state is accelerating.
(Natural News) Microsoft has been working with a Chinese military-run university on researching artificial intelligence that could be used for censorship and surveillance, according to a shocking new report from Financial Times. A series of scientific studies were co-authored by researchers from Microsoft Research Asia and scientists … [Read More…]
(Natural News) A hideous piece of “social justice” legislation that was slipped into law in California back in 2015 is finally coming into effect this year – and its implications for public school children and their parents are nothing short of abominable. Known as the “California Healthy Youth Act,” the horrific mandate will require … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Five years after residents of Flint, Michigan, were poisoned by lead in their drinking water, a judge has given them the go-ahead to sue the federal government for failing to act swiftly in ensuring the city’s drinking water was clean. In 2017, residents filed a lawsuit against the EPA arguing that the agency was able to … [Read More…]
(Natural News) You’ve got to hand it to the “establishment” media. Once they get on a kick about something, they don’t get off of it — ever — even when they are so obviously mistaken about the subject. Which, of course, helps explain why most Americans trust used car salesmen over reporters. You likely recall that in recent days … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The liberal tears are flowing after an illegal alien “dreamer” by the name of Luis Ugalde-Pacheco, now 28 years old, was recently deported back to Mexico following multiple felony convictions for abusing women. Though he hasn’t lived in Mexico since he first entered the United States illegally with his father at the young … [Read More…]
(Natural News) As politicians in the United States do their best to remove Americans’ freedom of choice when it comes to vaccines, Japan has medical freedom. There are no vaccine mandates in Japan and their children are growing up healthier than ours. (Article by Mac Slavo republished from SHTFPlan.com) Officials in California are … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Wikipedia wants us to believe the entries in its “encyclopedia” are truthful, fair, and balanced. However, a comprehensive analysis of its nutritional articles reveals a plethora of factual inconsistencies and a clear and present bias against the very idea of nutritional supplementation. Even though almost every nutrient … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Over 100 million Americans right now suffer from diabetes or pre-diabetes. This puts them at risk for amputations and even going blind. Have you been told by M.D.s or other know-it-alls, “Don’t eat anything that has sugar in it or turns to sugar in your body?” They remind you of the condition where there’s “too much sugar in … [Read More…]
(Natural News) A sinus infection, also known as sinusitis, is a common condition both in adults and children. The latter, however, is more vulnerable to infection and should require more care than their grown-up counterparts. While no parent wants to see his or her child suffer, it’s important to note that going to the doctor for … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Researchers from India studied a wild species of banana (Musa balbisiana Colla) found in South Asia which showed promising antidiabetic properties. M. balbisiana C. or wild banana is an ancestor of cultivated plantains. M. balbisiana C. was found to contain phytochemicals which can work against diabetes. Specifically, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Macular degeneration is one of the leading causes of vision loss in older people. In the U.S., it affects 11 million people, and experts estimate that this number will double by 2050. To lower your chances of developing this eye condition, research suggests that you eat more leafy green vegetables. Researchers attribute … [Read More…]
(Natural News) One of the symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the higher-than-normal production of the male hormone testosterone. This can cause symptoms such as hair growth and weight gain, which can be relieved with remedies, including vitamin supplementation. What is PCOS? Women with PCOS suffer from a hormone imbalance … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Kombucha is the term for tea that has undergone fermentation and sweetening. While it is not for consumption by everyone, it is generally safe and offers plenty of health benefits. The fermented beverage is made from black tea, green tea, or white tea. A sweetener is added, followed by a symbiotic culture of bacteria and … [Read More…]
(Natural News) In this paper, two researchers from Chungbuk National University in South Korea and Tufts University in the U.S. focused on zinc, vitamin E, and vitamin D and their roles and impact on immune function and infection in the elderly. They discussed the results of observational studies and interventional clinical trials on the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Researchers from Ochanomizu University and Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology in Japan looked at the effects of vitamin C on mental health. In their study, which was published in the journal Nutrition Research, they found that vitamin C status is important for determining one’s risk of anxiety and anorexia. The … [Read More…]
A Common Thread in Events Ahead of Mueller ReportTies to Ukrainian National a Unifying Theme in Early Attacks on Trump
(Natural News) If you’re ever wondered what happens to you when you tell the truth in America, I’ve posted a podcast that details the stunning sequence of attacks that will target you to silence your words. It doesn’t matter whether you’re telling the truth about vaccines, Big Pharma, the Federal Reserve, the military industrial … [Read More…]
(Natural News) It used to be that AIDS was widely regarded as the “gay disease.” But now it’s a transgender disease as well, with new data published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showing that an astounding one in seven transgender “women” are infected with HIV. According to a CDC “Dear Colleague” letter, … [Read More…]
(Natural News) A professor of chemistry at Portland State University in Oregon has reportedly been arrested and charged with 35 counts related to child pornography – and this after having previously received “Scientist of the Year” at his school. According to reports, Niles Lehman was indicted back in February, and arrested not long … [Read More…]
(Natural News) So where’s it go from here? This is where we live, in the USA, a country where the medical mafia has joined forces with the tech Nazis and already control all the networks, all of social media, YouTube, Google, and of course, GMOs and the Sick Care Complex. Forced vaccination is already in full effect in California, and now … [Read More…]
(Natural News) There are many natural ways to stop the spread of cancer. One of the most effective methods is to consume turmeric, a spice that is rich in the anticancer compound curcumin. This natural compound achieves its anticancer effects by preventing inflammation that causes the disease in the first place. There is strong … [Read More…]
(Natural News) One of the core principles of Christianity is to follow the example of Jesus Christ. According to Christian teachings, Jesus Christ was more than just a teacher or prophet. He was the one and only perfect son of God, born into the world to give testimony of God’s love. Jesus Christ was not only sacrificed for the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) If you’re considering an electric vehicle because you care about the planet, you might want to take a look at the results of a new German study. Researchers there say that electric vehicles there account for more carbon dioxide emissions than diesel cars do. According to the study, which was presented at Munich’s … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Researchers came up with a list of drinks that could harm the kidneys if consumed in excessive quantities. They identified beer, sugary drinks, and two healthy types of beverages – fruit juices and tea – as potential causes of chronic kidney disease. The most egregious offenders were carbonated and sweetened fruit drinks. … [Read More…]
(Natural News) The perpetually angry American Left has launched an all-out assault on what remains of “traditional” America, including the complete debasing of whites and destruction of any cultural contribution they have had on our country. If Leftist mobs aren’t tearing down statues or punching white persons who dare to express any … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Many people still use over-the-counter drugs for treating cold symptoms, such as coughing, headaches, muscle pain, and sleeplessness. However, these drugs are known to have harmful side effects. A study published in the journal JAMA Neurology found a link between over-the-counter anticholinergic drugs and cognitive … [Read More…]
(Natural News) With the unknown, one is confronted with danger, discomfort and worry; the first instinct is to abolish these painful sensations. First principle: any explanation is better than none…. The search for causes is thus conditioned by and excited by the feeling of fear. The question “Why?” is not pursued for its own sake but … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Old age dulls the mind as much as it weakens the body. However, a new study brings hope that regular sessions of aerobic exercise could improve the brain functions of older adults who have neurocognitive problems. Researchers from Duke University conducted an experiment with older people who lived sedentary lifestyles. … [Read More…]
(Natural News) There is no current cure for Parkinson’s disease, but fortunately, there are available supplements that can help manage the symptoms of this disease. People with Parkinson’s may find relief by taking the following supplements: Vitamin E: Vitamin E helps with the proper functioning of the brain, blood, skin, reproductive … [Read More…]
(Natural News) People could cut their risk of dying early due to cardiovascular disease by up to half if they ate more nutritious food, announced a recently published study. The research went on to recommend increasing the amount of whole grains and foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids in a diet in order to live longer and healthier … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Plants have proven their medicinal properties time and again. Studies have shown that the most potent antibacterial substances available come in the form of plant essential oils. Researchers from India evaluated the essential oil of Inula cappa (sheep’s ear) for its antibacterial properties. The study, which appeared in the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Research has already determined a connection between chronic stress and poor physical health. But according to a study, there is a direct link “between negative emotions and increased inflammation in the body.” The study was conducted by researchers from Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and published in the … [Read More…]
(Natural News) Researchers have found that juice extracted from Baccaurea angulata, a plant native to Malaysia and locally called belimbing dayak, can help improve symptoms of hypercholesterolemia. The findings were published in Nutrition Research. The study built on previous evidence that demonstrated the health benefits of B. … [Read More…]
(Natural News) A study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food revealed that supplementation with alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), carnosine, and thiamine can lower blood sugar levels in obese individuals with diabetes. Additionally, it can reduce oxidative stress and inhibit platelet aggregation to provide greater cardiovascular … [Read More…]
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‘King Of Instagram’ Dan Bilzerian Arrested At LAX, Held Without Bail
The “King of Instagram” Dan Bilzerian was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport late Tuesday night and is being held without bail, Gawker reports.
It’s unclear whether the arrest had anything to do with the fact that he was recently kicked out of a Miami nightclub for allegedly kicking a woman named Vanessa Castano in the face. She has since filed a police report.
The Los Angeles Police Department told L.A. Weekly that Bilzerian was facing charges of possessing or manufacturing illegal explosive devices.
If you’re wondering why Bilzerian is Instagram-famous with 5 million followers, you can take a look at the many photos of women and indications of a lavish lifestyle on his page.
According to Gawker, “Bilzerian, who likes to say he was kicked out of Navy Seal training two days before graduation, has previously Instagrammed his arsenal of firearms, and once ran over a BMW in a tank for kicks.”
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Your Brain Is Built for Kindness
By Melissa Dahl Follow @melissadahl
Let’s take a few minutes this dreary winter Wednesday to remind ourselves that people aren’t always the worst. In a neat little animated video published yesterday by the University of California, Berkeley, psychologist Dacher Keltner explains that we were essentially built to be nice. Keltner explains his own work using brain imaging technology, in which he’s shown images of human suffering to people in the lab:
And what we found in the brain is a very old part of the brain, the periaqueductal gray, which is common to mammals when they take care of things, lights up when you feel compassion. And that tells us that compassion is very old in the nervous system, as Darwin speculated.
His research has also shown that the vagus nerve — the nervous system’s longest grouping of nerves, stretching from the brain to the abdomen — also shows activity when we feel compassion. (Science of Us contributor Maia Szalavitz also co-wrote a book about human empathy, if you’re hungry for more on the subject.) Taken together, research by Keltner and others suggests that we are biologically set up to care about other people. Being nice is human nature.
Oil Takes A Dive: Great For U.S. Consumers, Terrible For Russia And Venezuela
For Americans, cheap oil means less money spent each time you fill up on gas, and more to spend on everything else. But in countries depending on oil revenues, oil’s plunge is bad news.
About 70,000 expected to flock to Art Basel, satellite fairs
It is amazing how the juxtaposition of line and shape can make someone’s pulse quicken, how tromp l’oeil can stir the imagination, and perspective and shadow can entice conversation. But art is exactly this type of catalyst. Its power has been shifting cultures and expressing them long before the Renaissance. Art beckons its followers to Miami Beach Dec. 4 to 7 for an experience unlike any other, an event called Art Basel. More than 70,000 are slated to attend. This showcase of all things artistic is merely a hub for a bigger self-expression brought to the masses in the form of multiple satellite fairs like Scope, Pulse, NADA, Art Miami and others, more than 20 total. They all work in symbiosis as part of a bigger event called Miami Art Week, which actually begins Dec. 2.
Look what I found in huge amazon warehouse below….
A distillation of spiritual truths – manifestation, the nature of reality, the illusion of life on earth, manifesting, dominion over matter, energy, transmutation, magnetization, attraction and a sense of peace that could be described as harmonious empowerment. Read it once as a fable, then read it again as life instructions.
Look Inside Amazon’s Giant Warehouses Ahead Of The Christmas Rush
To handle all of this, Amazon has more than 80 massive distribution centres, which put together, comprise more square footage than 700 Madison Square Gardens and could hold more water than 10,000 Olympic swimming pools. The following pictures show what it’s like inside five of Amazon’s factories, located in the US, the UK, Germany, and Poland. The figures are compiled from statista.com, DMR, and Michael Hyatt.
GREECE PARALYSED AS TENS OF THOUSANDS STRIKE AGAINST FURTHER CUTBACKS
Private sector union GSEE has called for fresh demonstrations to take place on December 7, when parliament will vote on next year’s budget. The union accuses the government of trying to take the labour market back to “medieval times”. Repeated rounds of austerity have been imposed on the country. Opposition leader Alexis Tsipras believes this approach has hindered, rather than helped Greece.
Clinton Shadow Campaign Gets Ready For The Real Thing
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Guest Post: What Americans Celebrate On Thanksgiving Day
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/27/2014 – 22:00 When Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, they don’t know what they are celebrating.
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Strange Things You Learn When You Don’t Wear A Bra For A Week
I’m an E cup, and I haven’t gone out in public without a bra in 18 years. So I wanted to see if anything bad would happen when I finally went without one.
Solange Knowles in Stéphane Rolland
We have no words — expect that the fit is spot on and the silhouette is hugging her curves like a dream.
This week was serious when it came to style. Not only did Hollywood unanimously agree that white is the color of the season, but they also agreed that the end of the year is the best time to turn up the heat in the fashion department.
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High Heels Have A Strange Effect On Men, And Here’s Proof
Listen up, ladies.
Flats may be all the rage these days, but a provocative new study from France suggests that high heels do a better job of helping women get what they want from men.
“Women’s shoe heel size exerts a powerful effect on men’s behavior,” Dr. Nicolas Guéguen, a psychologist at the Université de Bretagne-Sud in Rennes, and the scientist behind the study, said in a written statement.
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The Psychology Behind Why Instagram Is So Addictive
All the cool kids are on Instagram.
Over 90% of the 200 million people on the photo-sharing network are under the age of 35, a recent BI Intelligence report found, and the demographics skew toward the urban, female, and rich.
Those users upload 544 million photos a day.
Nir Eyal, a Stanford University lecturer and author of “Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products,” tells Business Insiderthat the app is addictive thanks to a range of reasons, including:
• The act of taking a picture: “Capturing images has been habit-forming for over a century,” Eyal says, and it stems from “this anxiety that we feel if we don’t capture this moment it will disappear forever.”
• The immediate reward:“Part of Instagram’s genius is providing these filters,” Eyal says. “Now that shitty picture that I used to take on the native app of my phone looks decent, sharable.”
• The investment made by the user: “The ultimate secret is that if you make your pictures more beautiful,” Eyal says, “that increases the likelihood that you participate in the most important part of the Instagram hook, the investment of sharing that picture.”
• Soon, Instagram becomes the default: “Every time I see something I want to capture,” Eyal says, “I capture with Instagram as opposed to any other solution, as opposed to the native app on the camera.”
• It becomes a rather intimate social network: “Over time, there’s successive cycles through the hook. It’s not just about capturing the moment, Instagram is also a social network,” Eyal says. “So now the internal triggers become boredom, seeking connection, FOMO [or fear of missing out].”
• And you’ll never want to miss out again: “FOMO is huge reason to use Instagram,” Eyal says. “Not just to take pictures, but this fear of missing out on the moment. And my solution to alleviate that pain point, that psychological itch, is to open Instagram and scroll through.”
The addictive nature of the app isn’t an accident, Eyal points out. Instagram founder Kevin Systrom majored in symbolic systems at Stanford, a field that lies at the intersection of psychology and computer science. “[Systrom] knows a lot,” he says.
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Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
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Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
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