Christina Sarich | What is the real reason that scientists want to unleash a super virus that has long slumbered?
Anthony Gucciardi | Appeal court says GMO giant is guilty.
UK Daily Mail | Opting for low-calorie drinks means you’re more likely to ‘compensate and gorge on junk food’.
London Independent | Business magnate compared to Superman villain Lex Luthor.
RT | Monsanto was responsible for the poisoning caused by its weed killer, the court stressed.
Barbara Minton | Hermaphroditic fish signal too many chemicals for everyone.
Christina Sarich | As the WHO deems glyphosate ‘probably carcinogenic’.
BBC News | Scientists have discovered a new human-like species in a burial chamber deep in a cave system in South Africa.
Christina Sarich | As the liver and kidneys take notable damage.
Julie Fidler | A dangerous ‘restricted use pesticide’.
London Independent | This week marked the 76th anniversary of the German invasion of Poland and the beginning of the Second World War.
RT | A US internet security firm has discovered smartphone malware disguised as a free porn service.
Julie Fidler | With some being as much as 8 years older.
Julie Fidler | The numbers of children being diagnosed with ADHD have skyrocketed in recent years.
The Daily Sheeple | Yet so far this year, there have been 629 mass animal die-off events in 85 countries.
Christina Sarich | An attack by Big Ag, or sincere public concern?
Jon Rappoport | Bombshell: Mind-control engineers drugging children for “Social Justice”.
RT | Long-term intake of the Monsanto’s most popular Roundup herbicide, even in very small amounts lower than permissible in US water, may lead to kidney and liver damage, a new study claims.
RT | Russian scientists have begun their quest to clone pre-historic animals, including but not limited to a woolly mammoth.
BFN | Here’s how DARPA is creating the next generation of genetically modified soldiers.
Gateway Pundit | You just can’t make this stuff up…
Christina Sarich | As we waste millions of tonnes of food each year.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that a magnitude 3.5 earthquake hit the New Madrid fault about a week ago?
Julie Fidler | “We see the damage already caused by GMOs”.
Christina Sarich | Should the GM crop be deemed unsafe?
Yahoo News | Covered in code no one can decipher.
Michael Krieger | How free does it make you feel that the Department of Defense is partnering with 162 companies, universities and other groups to develop wearable technology?
Twitchy | The organization has hired independent research firm Fusion GPS to perform a forensic analysis on the videos.
Julie Fidler | Sometimes with life-threatening side effects.
UK Daily Mail | Men find thinner women attractive because they associate their body shape with youth, fertility and a lower risk of disease.
Joshua Krause | In recent years there have been growing fears towards the possible side effects of some electromagnetic waves, such as cell phone radiation and wifi.
Christina Sarich | Sufficient for global experimentation?
RT | Find yourself in a black hole? Not to worry.
Christina Sarich | Following Scotland’s refusal of GM crops.
London Independent | The increased availability of romantic opportunities with men make women more likely to confirm to a traditional sexual stereotype.
Julie Fidler | 10 out of 48 samples found to be mislabeled.
New American | The Obama administration’s politicized bureaucracies are trying to deceive the world once again, this time claiming, falsely, that July of 2015 was the “warmest on record.”
BBC News | The police in Toronto gave no further information about the deaths.
Anthony Gucciardi | Here’s my biggest tip.
Christina Sarich | Monsanto’s glyphosate and a young boy’s skin disease.
Christina Sarich | As the UK lifts ban on bee-killing pesticides.
Washington Post | On Sunday, a swarm of small rogue drones disrupted air traffic across the country on a scale previously unseen in U.S. skies.
Julie Fidler | Calls for fresh review of herbicides used on GMO crops.
Julie Fidler | Are man-made hearts next?
Michael Krieger | California Dreamin’ this is not.
London Independent | ‘China is the largest coal consumer in the world, but it burns much lower quality coal, such as brown coal, which has a lower heat value’
Karen De Coster | I thought the Vaccination Nation argument was entirely sound, and all else was anti-science?
Anthony Gucciardi | Are you being fooled?
London Guardian | Research team say tiny brain could be used to test drugs and study diseases, but scientific peers urge caution as data on breakthrough kept under wraps.
London Guardian | Government body says vaping can make ‘significant contribution to endgame of tobacco’ and raises concerns about length of licensing process.