A board certified doctor used to be one of those typical ego filled doctors who told everybody to get all their vaccines. He had a vaccine quota to fill and his word was not to questioned! That was until he began seeing his own patients regressed into autism. He tells the
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(TheAntiMedia) One of the greatest things about the technological revolution is that it has granted us the ability to have more computing and communication power in our pocket than ever before. Your cell phone has more computing power than the Apollo spacecraft. Instead of downloading the latest emoticons or browsing for pictures of cats, maybe it’s time to update your phone with apps you really need.
The app, put out by the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, gives users the ability to record audio and video at the touch of a button. It also contains some basic tips on handling police interactions. The app automatically hides itself once recording begins to enable clandestine recovering. When the recording is over, it allows it to be uploaded with a single click to prevent law enforcement from deleting the evidence.
Tinfoil for Facebook
Even those of us that are adamantly in opposition to government and corporate spying still end up being almost forced to use Facebook, even with their invasive permissions and spying. To help mitigate these concerns Daniel Velazco developed Tinfoil, an obvious reference to the tin foil hat we need because we’re concerned about our privacy.
The app runs Facebook’s mobile site inside a quarantined area on your phone, keeping the cookies out and limiting Facebook’s ability to track you.
While technically not an app, it’s a service you need. Kitestring was developed as a “dead man’s switch.” It allows the user to set a time to check in by. If the user does not notify Kitestring that everything is ok, the program sends out text messages to selected people letting them know the situation.
While the app is obviously useful for journalists who are on their way to meet with a source that might be a just a tad unstable, it’s also useful for anybody concerned about their safety. Let’s say that you’re going for a midnight stroll, simply let Kitestring know you’ll be back in 20 mins. If you don’t check in, your friends will know something’s wrong. At a protest and worried you might get arrested? Let Kitestring know, and you’re friends will know to show up with bail money once you don’t check in. The uses are only limited by your imagination.
A man who reaped the heft of his $2.6 billion fortune as the founding president of Facebook now considers himself “something of a conscientious objector” to social media, warning of use of the ever-present platform deleterious psychological effects on developing minds.
Sean Parker, also the co-founder of Napster, told Axios social media applications such as Facebook were crafted with a singular, overarching goal, evoked by the question,
“How do we consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible?”
Castigating the very social media platform he helped create, Parker asserted Facebook continues “exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology” through “a little dopamine hit every once in awhile” delivered with each like, comment, and share.
Indeed, it was the addictive rush of receiving those interactions and returning to seek more — what Parker termed a “social-validation feedback loop” — which convinced Facebook’s creators the platform would effortlessly ensnare avid users.
“I had these people who would come up to me and they would say, ‘I’m not on social media,’” recalled Parker, whom Justin Timberlake portrayed in the 2010 smash hit, The Social Network, for Axios in an interview Wednesday. “And I would say, ‘OK. You know, you will be.’ And then they would say, ‘No, no, no. I value my real-life interactions. I value the moment. I value presence. I value intimacy.’ And I would say, ‘Well, you’re a conscientious objector, you don’t have to participate, but, you know, we’ll get you eventually.’”
Given an announcement from Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in June the gargantuan platform exceeds an astonishing two billion active monthly users, it would appear — to his candid regret — Parker’s gentle chiding proved ridiculously if alarmingly accurate.
“I don’t know if I really understood the consequences of what I was saying,” he observed, “because the unintended consequences of a network when it grows to a billion or 2 billion people and … it literally changes your relationship with society, with each other … It probably interferes with productivity in weird ways.”
He added, “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”
In fact, experts in mental health cite social media in multiple studies as fueling an astronomical explosion in anxiety, depression, and loneliness among young people — as well as for plummeting youth self-esteem.
‘Hope’ can be very tricky concept to frame right.
It can be very low frequency or it can be very high frequency. It all comes down to the consciousness that inhabits it. If it is low frequency it’s an extension of the Matrix or the control system. If it is high frequency hope, that is the last thing you want to dodge.
Throughout history, the Matrix has used hope to keep people at dock. That’s hope stigmatizing the consciousness into obedience. Throughout the evolution of consciousness the mundane chains have been vanishing, and we now need to take the powerful tool of Hope into a more conscious framework… the framework of: Conscious Awareness.
Conscious Awareness is the term and expression I use to label a very special state of mind: The state where the consciousness rests in pure consciousness. The mind rests within itself. It just observes, it labels not. It contemplates on its own source. The Silent Witness. It is the leveling of the right brain and the left brain, into one.
By declining hope, you will take out a very important loop in your consciousness: The loop, which merges the left-brain qualities of hope and the right brain’s ability to visualize for yourself and others. So, declining hope, an important powerhouse of the soul, is very much serving the spirituality of it to the Matrix definition of it.
Hope as a right brain quality is very much contradictive to the Control System: When it is your own construct and not theirs.
They are not too fond of us Spiritual Renegades.
Many of us purchase our chocolate without thinking about who made it, and that’s a problem, since a variety of large corporations have been accused of using child slavery to give you your chocolate fix.
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Senomyx is a high tech research and development business that is “dedicated to finding new flavors to reduce sugars and reduce salt.” But their focus is not on whole, organic fruits and vegetables, or grass-pastured meats, dairy and eggs. Senomyx develops patented flavor enhancers by using “proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems.”
That’s a testing system that provides scientists with biochemical responses and electronic readouts when a flavor ingredient interacts with their patented receptor, letting researchers know whether or not their flavor enhancer is effective. The receptors are made from HEK293 — HEK stands for Human Embryonic Kidney cells, with 293 denoting that the HEK was from the 293rd experiment. HEK293 originally came from a healthy, electively aborted baby whose cells were then harvested and cloned.
According to the Weston A. Price Foundation:
“Senomyx’s salt taste, savory flavor, and sweet flavors — as well as all their other flavor enhancers — are purposefully developed so that they stimulate your taste buds without them actually tasting anything … Much like MSG, these flavor enhancers operate on the neurological level to produce these reactions …
Since they are not actually ingredients but rather ‘enhancers’ they are not required to be listed in a package’s ingredients except as ‘artificial flavors’ … [And] because very small amounts of the additives are used … Senomyx’s chemicals have not undergone the FDA’s usual safety approval process for food additives.”
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in NovemberDo You Want to Eat Foods With “Flavors” Created by a Biotech Company?
Biotech firm Senomyx is at the forefront of the flavor enhancer market. As they state on their Web site:
“Using isolated human taste receptors, we created proprietary taste receptor-based assay systems that provide a biochemical or electronic readout when a flavor ingredient interacts with the receptor. To enable faster discovery of new flavors, we integrated our assays into a robot-controlled automated system that uses plates containing an array of individual fluid wells, each of which can screen a different sample from our libraries of approximately 800,000 artificial and natural candidate ingredients isolated from plants and other sources.
Our high-throughput discovery and development process allows us to conduct millions of analyses of new potential flavor ingredients annually. This efficiency is impossible to achieve using conventional flavor discovery methods. As a result, we have identified hundreds of unique potential new flavor ingredients that could not be discovered using taste tests alone.”
Their products, which are intended to provide enhancements to savory, sweet, and salty flavors, as well as block bitter flavors and provide cooling taste sensations, are being marketed as a way to help companies “improve the nutritional profile of their products and/or achieve a competitive advantage maintaining or enhancing taste.”
The idea is that a food company can use a Senomyx chemical to enhance the sweetness of sugar or savory flavors, allowing them to boast “reduced sugar” or “no MSG,” giving the illusion that the product is healthier. In reality, it will contain a little-tested chemical that is NOT listed on the label.
Amazingly, these flavor-altering compounds are used in small amounts (less than one part per million), which means companies like Senomyx do not have to go through the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval process typically necessary to release food additives. Instead of the lengthy FDA process, the compound only has to be classified as “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association — a process that can take as little as 18 months, with a mere 3 months of safety testing on rats.
As the New York Times wrote:
“Unlike artificial sweeteners, Senomyx’s chemical compounds will not be listed separately on ingredient labels. Instead, they will be lumped into a broad category — “artificial flavors” — already found on most packaged food labels.”
Many food companies have already partnered with Senomyx, so if you think this is a product you won’t come across, think again. Among the food companies working with Senomyx are:
Embryonic Kidney Cells from Aborted Baby Used to Create Tastier Junk Foods
Senomyx boasts that they have “discovered or in-licensed many of the key receptors that mediate taste in humans.” But what they don’t state so plainly is that they used human embryonic kidney cells (HEK 293) taken from an electively aborted fetus in their product testing.
When this news leaked, Campbell soup responded to an outraged public by severing all ties with Senomyx. However, PepsiCo has maintained their relationship with the company, saying the collaboration is necessary for creating low-calorie, tasty products for their consumers.
Must they really use human fetal cells just to make tastier junk foods?
US SECRETARY OF ENERGY MAKES SOME VERY INTERESTING COMMENTS ABOUT THE EXISTENCE OF PARALLEL UNIVERSES
The new Netflix original series, Stranger Things, has been gaining popularity since its release this summer and for good reason. Not only is the TV show captivating, but it has numerous conscious undertones as well. The TV show is actually based on real-life government programs regarding telepathy and parallel universes. On a recent episode of Chelsea, Nuclear physicist and U.S. Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz, discussed the truth behind Stranger Things and confirmed that the U.S. government is researching higher dimensions and parallel universes.
MK Ultra Was The Inspiration Behind Stranger Things
If you’re unfamiliar with the TV show Stranger Things, here’s a quick synopsis: set in the 1980s, a young boy goes missing and his mother and friends set out to find him. They discover his disappearance is linked to a secret government program surrounding telepathy and an alternate dimension they refer to as “The Upside-Down.” As they uncover more clues, they meet a young girl (Eleven) with telepathic abilities who was experimented on in a government mind-control program. What many viewers didn’t know is that this horrific experiment was inspired by a real, CIA sanctioned program that ran from the 1950s until mid-1970s.
Matt and Ross Duffer, the brothers behind the show, stated in a Rolling Stones interview that their show was based on “bizarre” government experiments that took place during the Cold War, specifically MK Ultra. Matt explains, “We wanted the supernatural element to be grounded in science in some way. As ridiculous as it is, the monster [in the alternate dimension] doesn’t come from a spiritual domain and it’s not connected to any religion. It made it scarier. I don’t believe in ghosts, but I believe in aliens and alternate dimensions.”