Pharma Founder Gets 66 Months For Bribing Doctors To Overprescribe Deadly Opioids

Tyler Durden, Zero HedgeWaking Times Millions of Americans who lived through the financial crisis probably recall that not a single executive of a major investment bank was jailed in the aftermath, despite running organizations seemingly dedicated to perpetuating a criminal fraud on nearly every counterparty and client. But when Americans look back at the opioid crisis, they’ll remember that at least one executive of a major opioid manufacturer and distributor was sentenced to a fairly weighty sentence – five-and-a-half years (66 months) in federal prison – for an illegal kickback scheme…

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Physicists Just Achieved Quantum Teleportation Between Computer Chips for the First Time

Manuel Garcia Aguilar, The Mind UnleashedWaking Times “Quantum” may possibly have been one of the most common words we’ve been reading, listening to, and even writing about last year—and there is a big reason for that… quantum is no longer the future, quantum is now. Physicists have been able to demonstrate quantum teleportation between two computer chips for the first time. A few years ago, we were just beginning to understand the main aspects of quantum physics. Even Albert Einstein died not agreeing with a lot of the theories enclosing…

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Mandatory Flu Vaccine Coming Your Way?

Dr. Mercola, GuestWaking Times As discussed in my November 5, 2019, article, “Trojan Horse of Measles — More Vaccines With the Mandate,” while most state legislation targeting vaccination mandates have focused on measles, what tends to get lost in the debate is that these mandatory vaccination laws are likely to be extended to all vaccines, including the influenza vaccine, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine and any number of vaccines licensed and recommended by the federal government in the future. In other words, measles outbreaks and the fear-mongering by exaggerating disease…

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Could Worms Be One Solution to the Plastic Problem?

Dr. Mercola, GuestWaking Times In 2013, the world produced 299 million tons of plastic, of which polystyrene — one brand name is Styrofoam — is one part. A report by the Worldwatch Institute showed that this number increased by 3.9% from the year before. As demonstrated in this short video, polystyrene currently may account for one-third of the contents of landfills; worms may be one answer to the problem. Expanded polystyrene foam (EPF) was first discovered in 1839, becoming popular during World War II in material used to build military aircraft.…

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Living Concrete Lays Foundation for ‘New Discipline’ in Sustainable Development

Jordan Davidson, EcoWatchWaking Times Cement is a remarkable building material; it’s cheap, durable and readily available. However, its production is a leading source of carbon dioxide emissions, coughing up 2.8 gigatons of emissions every year, as Advanced Science News reported. While researchers have sought alternative means of production that would make building materials more eco-friendly, they have been unable to recreate cement’s durability. Until now. A team of researchers has created concrete that is alive and can reproduce and capture carbon, according to the The New York Times. The research team from the University…

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The Resonances Between Indigenous Art and Images Captured by Microscopes

Roger Wepf, GuestWaking Times Rich visual parallels between Indigenous artworks and microscopic natural structures hidden in the world around us reveal unexpected and intriguing similarities that can deepen our respect for our country and its stories. A new touring exhibition in Sydney, bringing microscopy and Indigenous art together, explores these images, which pass on knowledge and shape our understanding of the world. Their resonances derive from the similar perspectives of the imagery, and symmetries hidden in nature. The microscopic images (known as micrographs) were captured on transmission electron microscopes, which create enlarged…

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From Armageddon to Pharmageddon

Neville Raymond, GreenMedinfoWaking Times How the use of violence to teach lessons has outlived its authority For years I had been working on a book on how earth-shattering catastrophes had birthed our religious and political order, and how we can heal our wounded species by reparenting ourselves with our birthright of unconditional love. A year before finishing it, I decided to experiment with Twitter. Trying my hand at various topics, I stumbled on the subject of vaccines and discovered that the mainstream campaign to censor the truth about them left me with…

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Scientists Cleared Alzheimer’s Plaque From Mice Using Nothing but Light and Sound

Manuel Garcia Aguilar, The Mind UnleashedWaking Times In previous articles, we discussed the importance of brain waves in modern technological developments. It even seemed like something “magical” to me, when I was writing about how through brain waves and AI scientists can “see” what you are seeing in real-time. Now, even more progress is being made thanks to neuroscientists at MIT. So far, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s despite rapid growth in the number of people living with the disease. It is estimated that around 44 million people around the world suffer…

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A Colorado Lab is Sending Cannabis and Coffee to Space to See How They Mutate

Elias Marat, The Mind UnleashedWaking Times In a historic first, a Colorado research laboratory plans to send coffee and hemp to the International Space Station (ISS). The goal of the exercise is to see if the zero-gravity conditions will lead to any sort of mutations or genetic alterations to the plants—just in case we one day feel like enjoying CBD-infused coffee in outer space. Agricultural technology company and hemp research firm Front Range Biosciences has just announced the plan, which will see coffee and hemp tissue cultures sent to the ISS so…

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This New Bioreactor Has The Ability To Capture As Much Carbon As An Acre Of Trees

Mayukh Saha, Truth TheoryWaking Times In the bid to look for cleaner fuel alternatives, a tech company from Austin has come up with a unique solution. They have designed an ingenious bioreactor that utilizes algae to convert CO2 into oxygen. And not just any small amount. It can put out nearly 2 tons of oxygen each year- a feat achieved by 400 trees! Hypergiant Industries used artificial intelligence to develop the Eos Bioreactor. The AI optimizes carbon capture, algae growth and output. Algae is 400x better than trees when it comes to sequestering carbon.…

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Reefs Could Be Brought Back To Life By Luring Fish Back To Dead Coral Reefs By Playing Healthy Reef Sounds

Mayukh Saha, Truth TheoryWaking Times Large tracts of the Great Barrier Reef are dead. But scientists have been successful in bringing some dead patches back to life using an ingenious method. Dead coral reefs are visible and living proof of the devastation that man has wreaked on the environment. Thousands of nautical miles of this fragile ecosystem has been devastated. They have transformed into bleached fossils. This is due to changes in the ocean temperature, pollution, rising ocean levels, fearsome cyclones, and uncontrolled fishing, reports ABC News. Situated off the coast…

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Scientist Who Helped Develop Cure for Ovarian Cancer Donates All Profits to Charity

Mandy Froelich, Truth TheoryWaking Times Meet Professor Nicola Curtin, a scientist presently being hailed as a hero after she donated all of the profits from a drug developed to cure ovarian cancer to charity. The 65-year-old worked as part of a team for 30 years at Newcastle University to develop the breakthrough treatment. The approved medication is Rubraca, a cancer drug used to treat those with the specific BRCA gene. It’s also known as the “Angelina Jolie” gene, after the actress who possesses it, reports The Independent. The gene significantly increases…

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IT BEGINS: POLICE ARE NOW ACTIVELY USING ROBOT DOGS

Civil Liberties group warns machines could be weaponized Source: Steve Watson | Infowars.com  Massachusetts State Police have become the first law enforcement agency in the US to use robotic dogs, in a first that has critics warning that the machines could be weaponized in the future. WBUR News reports that the metal dogs, made by Boston Dynamics, have been leased to the police and used on multiple occasions in active law enforcement incidents since August. The robots, named ‘SPOT’, have been used as ‘mobile remote observation devices’ according to records obtained by the…

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Monsanto: Science and Fraud are the Same Thing Especially When the Media Agree

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times Lately I’ve been posting articles on fraudulent science. Here, I’m reaching back several years for a piece I wrote about Monsanto, before the company was swallowed up by Bayer, and while TV news anchor Brian Williams was still the golden boy at NBC. The underlying theme: most people automatically buy official pronouncements about science as true science. It never occurs to them that a political agenda is the real punch line. Imagine this. A killer is put on trial, and the jury, in a surprise verdict,…

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Patagonia Leads the Charge on Hemp-Based Clothing

Dr. Mercola, GuestWaking Times It wasn’t long ago that growing hemp in the U.S. could land you in jail on felony charges. But after decades of criminalization, hemp is once again legal thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, and the eco-friendly outdoor apparel and gear company, Patagonia, isn’t wasting any time in perfecting it its hemp-based clothing line. The featured film, “Misunderstood: A Brief History of Hemp in the U.S.,” produced by Patagonia Films, shows the history of hemp in America, including why and how it was demonized for so many years.…

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A Whole Branch of Science Turns Out to be Fake

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times Devotees of science often assume that what is called science is real and true. It must be. Otherwise, their faith is broken. Their superficial understanding is shattered. Their “superior view” of the world is torpedoed. Such people choose unofficial “anti-science” targets to attack. They never think of inspecting their own house for enormous fraud. For example: psychiatry. An open secret has been slowly bleeding out into public consciousness for the past ten years. THERE ARE NO DEFINITIVE LABORATORY TESTS FOR ANY SO-CALLED MENTAL DISORDER. And along…

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A Whole Branch of Science Turns Out to be Fake

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times Devotees of science often assume that what is called science is real and true. It must be. Otherwise, their faith is broken. Their superficial understanding is shattered. Their “superior view” of the world is torpedoed. Such people choose unofficial “anti-science” targets to attack. They never think of inspecting their own house for enormous fraud. For example: psychiatry. An open secret has been slowly bleeding out into public consciousness for the past ten years. THERE ARE NO DEFINITIVE LABORATORY TESTS FOR ANY SO-CALLED MENTAL DISORDER. And along…

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