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Strange Days, Strange Skies

LIFE IN THE TIME OF CHEMTRAILS 1997-2009:

YOU ARE NOW BREATHING ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE, VIRALLY MUTATED MOLDS, NANO-PARTICULATES OF ALUMINUM AND BARIUM AND CATIONIC POLYMER FIBERS WITH UNIDENTIFIED BIO-ACTIVE MATERIAL:

Global Bee Death

Science has been relatively clear in predicting how few are the years between when the bees die and when the humans follow them. It appears now that the honey bees are pretty well on their way to extinction in the majority of the globe. Up till now it was considered something of a mystery as to who killed them.

GM crops cause liver and kidney damage

Posted by: E. Huff (staff writer) NaturalNews.com
Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A report published in the International Journal of Microbiology has verified once again that Monsanto's genetically modified (GM) crops are causing severe health problems. A legal challenge issued against Monsanto forced the multi-national agriculture giant to release raw data revealing that animals fed its patented GM corn suffered liver and kidney damage within just three months.

Monsanto guilty in 'false ad' row

France's highest court has ruled that US agrochemical giant Monsanto had not told the truth about the safety of its best-selling weedkiller, Roundup. The court confirmed an earlier judgment that Monsanto had falsely advertised its herbicide as "biodegradable" and claimed it "left the soil clean".

A Dangerous Spin on the Cancer Risks of a Sugar-Free Sweetener

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A Dangerous Spin on the Cancer Risks of a Sugar-Free Sweetener

HAARP project (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program)

The HAARP project (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is an investigation financed by the United States Air force, Navy and the University of Alaska to "understand, simulate and control ionospheric processes that could change the operation of the communications and systems of surveillance."

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