Tag Archives: sudden deaths

8 Reasons You Should Be Collecting Rainwater

By Kristen Chapple Collecting rainwater is a vital prep. As an added bonus, it helps you save both money and the environment while preventing possible property damage. Rainwater generally runs out of the downspouts, through the …

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Dementia: Is Processed Meat Another Risk Factor?

By Richard Hoffman, University of Hertfordshire The evidence of a link between processed meat and cancer is now strong enough for some organisations to recommend not eating any. There’s also increasing evidence of a link between processed meat …

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Beyond the Vaccine with Celeste Solum

Do you ever wonder why we are given an experimental drug that injects unknown synthetic RNA for the first time ever into billions of people? It’s not even approved by the FDA and pays no …

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Documentary: Humanity Must Decide

Documentary by Sarah Westall | SarahWestall.com | Creative Commons Humanity must decide if we will continue down this road of suffering. Will we stand up and demand tyranny to stop? Will we protect others from harm? It’s our collective …

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Chemtrails Exposed: A Convenient Lie

By Peter A. Kirby The following is an excerpted chapter from the author’s book Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project. Now available as an audiobook. “Global warming is about politics and power rather than science. In science, …

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Bioethics and the New Eugenics

At first glance, bioethics might seem like just another branch of ethical philosophy where academics endlessly debate other academics about how many angels dance on the head of a pin in far-out, science fiction like …

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