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Facebook to Place Guns in Same Category as Porn
Bloomberg group to push gun control through Facebook, which is now restricting pro-gun free speech!/photo.php?v=734702896574069 AMAZING! You have to look at this. This could help so many people, don't you think?SHARE with Friends and Family who love cool stuff!

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Banker Suicides the Prequel to Global Collapse - Gerald Celente & Gary Franchi - Fixd link:

Volumes of current research now clearly demonstrate that Alzheimer's disease, though influenced to a small degree by genetic predisposition, is largely caused by a confluence of lifestyle indiscretions over the course of one's early and mid-life years.

NEW CHAPTER LIFEOLOGY POSTED: The first chapter of the same section name has just been posted on Esoteric-Book-Series. Sub-chapter heads include: OUR BLUE-GREEN ORB; HUBBLE DISCOVERIES; THIS DYING PLANET; THE SILENCE OF THE BEES; PLANET GARBAGE PATCH; OUR AQUATIC TWINS; and EARTH IN THE BALANCE among other topics pertaining to who we are, our place in the cosmos, and the sad state of our planetary affairs. Check it out

Connecticut gun group issues ultimatum to state: "Confiscate our guns or repeal this law!" Read press release here...

ANOTHER WIN!!! and just in time... yes, that's us California. Please conserve water use and stop buying animal products as cows drink 50 gallons of water per day alone. On top of all the water we need to grow the food that the animals eat so people can starve. 2000 gallons per pound of Beef.
Sigh. When will we become a species who understands clearly that separation is only an illusion? We are one! Let's unite so we can turn this glorious planet into the abundant magical garden that is intended for us! YES! THIS is my Greatest Dream... Who is dreaming up this reality with me? 

A total of 5 police cars now trying to intercept @CoveGuardians from following the captive dolphin transfer truck . ‪#‎hidingculture‬ 14:25pm

Space is not a tranquil place. There are constant massive bursts of energy, and our Milky Way galaxy is continually evolving. Scientists now admit space is full of life, energy waves, and minute particles of dust. Space dust is widely regarded as freeze-dried bacteria. It is almost as if the universe manufactures pre-life in the form of solar dust particles, ready to be unbundled when they arrive on a host planet. This panspermia distribution may also be oc...curring on lifeless planets, originating in far-away galaxies, and in the process of establishing life everywhere simultaneously. But an entire planet as rich as Earth still seems to us a rare occurrence because life is arbitrary and fickle.
The universe is not a dark place despite all of its mysteries. The spiral arms of galaxies are fragmented and have characteristic spurs, or feathers, that make up Giant Molecular Clouds (GMCs). Gamma rays were previously associated with the most extreme environments in the universe, like supernovas. Now scientists believe that about 50 terrestrial gamma ray flashes occur every day on Earth. “Everywhere we look, we’re seeing x-rays and gamma rays flying out of thunderstorms and lightning,” said Joseph Dwyer, a physicist at the Florida Institute of Technology. “The gamma rays coming out of thunderstorms are so intense we can measure these 600 kilometers away, and so bright that it almost blinds (those viewing from) the spacecraft.” Ultraviolet light is now being considered a healing aid, while infrared light appears ideal in the transmitting of data.
Many things we have been taught about the universe are being challenged by esoteric revisionists. For example, the substance of the universe is not matter at all, but motion, an abstract ratio of change that we call spacetime. Additionally, faster-than-light speeds are commonplace—the rule, not the exception—which goes against Einstein’s theory of relativity. Astronomers have everything backwards, for example, stars beginning their life as red giants and ending as blue giants exploding in a supernova. There are two types of supernovas, one based on the thermal limit such as a blue giant explosion, or the age limit, that is, stars of other spectral classes. Galaxies form from globular clusters, to irregulars, to spirals, to giant spheres and also explode, producing quasars. Another revision to popular dogma is there was no Big Bang, but with every contraction there is an expansion.
The universe is very much bigger than we can possibly comprehend. There are over 200 billion stars in our Milky Way galaxy alone, plus there are an estimated 100 billion to a trillion known galaxies in the universe. Our Milky Way galaxy is a “barred” spiral, and 34 percent of all galaxies in the universe are spirals. It is estimated that there are more stars in the known universe then there are grains of sand on all the beaches of the world combined.

LIFEOLOGY, CON'T: It is often assumed in astrobiology that if life exists somewhere else in the universe, it will also be carbon-based, but this assumption is referred to by critics as “carbon chauvinism.” Astrobiologists propose that asteroids, meteors, and space dust carry simple life forms, and spread them to a host planet upon impact. This dispersion of basic life forms in the universe is called “panspermia.” It is offered as an alternative to Darwin’s theory of evolution..., which is still in the working hypothesis stage and has not been proven. Scientists studying the panspermia possibility point out that all life shares much of the same DNA and similar genetics occur between humans and plants as well as between humans and apes. These similarities are evidence of strong connections but not proof of evolutionary descendancy.
Prior to homo sapiens, the majority of extinctions on Earth occurred naturally since it is estimated that 99.9% of all species that have existed are now extinct. In the present day there are some livestock animal species as well as human beings breeding in abundance, while many others are in decline, and some are on the brink of extinction. Much of the stress on flora and fauna is being impacted by humans, either directly or indirectly, in what today can be called an “animal genocide.” The United Nations Development Program reported that “Every year, between 18,000 and 55,000 species become extinct. The cause: human activities.” It is clear the manner in which humans currently live on the planet is unbalanced and unsustainable. Even the lives of the majority of humans is out of balance with an increase in cancer and stress-related illnesses. Species extinctions are at an all time high, caused by mismanagement of the planet’s ecosystems by humans. As stewards of the planet we have failed the animal kingdom, upset the biological balance and, in the process, failed ourselves.

Last Friday, the city council of Berkeley, California, voted to keep mercury hidden in dental fillings, keeping consumers in the dark on the fact that they are all being poisoned with a deadly neurotoxin that causes permanent brain damage.

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