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Christina Sarich | The Healing Properties of Cannabis.

Forbes | Critics said Facebook should get “informed consent” for a study like this.

Ars Technica | Custom-built with privacy in mind, this handset isn’t for (Google) Play.

The Atlantic | It was probably legal. But was it ethical?

Elizabeth Renter | Low vitamin D levels could do far more than cause brittle bones.

Christina Sarich | Purposefully misleading information and politically charged language.

CBS Pittsburgh | Police were called Thursday after someone was flying a drone over PNC Park during Thursday night’s Pittsburgh Pirates game.

UK Daily Mail | Google is to start selling a humanoid robot which can walk, climb, use tools and even drive a car.

London Guardian | Google has had thousands of requests, but will not say how many search histories or web pages have been tweaked.

Christina Sarich | Real scientific research isn’t supposed to be political.

Zero Hedge | “It’s going to get a lot hotter in the United States over the next 100 years, and worse going forward,” notes a report cited by Bloomberg.

Christina Sarich | The drug causes the very thing it is supposed to treat.

RT | Butterflies, bees, birds suffering…humans next?

Christina Sarich | An appalling attempt to patent yet another seed.

RT | The Universe should have collapsed immediately after the Big Bang.

RT | Exposure to several common agricultural pesticides during pregnancy increases the risk of developmental delays and autism in children by two-thirds, a new study found.

Elizabeth Renter | You don’t have to look far to find information on foods and herbs that have detoxifying properties.

UK Daily Mail | Pregnant women who live near fields sprayed with pesticides can run more than three times the risk of having a child with autism, a study has found.

London Telegraph | The US has actually been cooling since the Thirties, the hottest decade on record.

London Guardian | Nasa’s Cassini probe took image last year as it passed by planet’s largest moon – nothing seen when other images taken.

London Independent | Scientists at the University of California, Davis, found that decisions could be predicted based on patterns of brain activity.

Mac Slavo | Earlier this year it was reported that the deadly Ebola virus had broken through all containment barriers making its way to seven west African countries.

Adan Salazar | Agent confirms reports that deadly, infectious illness is penetrating the US-Mexico border.

Reuters | The world’s largest active volcano, has rumbled back to life in Hawaii.

Paul Joseph Watson | New power could be used to stifle dissent.

Reuters | As many as 75 scientists and staff in U.S. government laboratories in Atlanta may have been exposed to live anthrax bacteria.

Christina Sarich | After reading this article, you just may be willing to move to Oregon – the state that just keeps getting better and better.

Business Insider | If you’re worried about the NSA listening in on your smartphone, Silent Circle’s “Blackphone” may be the last best hope.

Christina Sarich | Wait – wasn’t the point of making genetically modified crops to make them pest resistant?

Elizabeth Renter | A “rapidly mutating” virus has made the leap from plants to honeybees.

Prison Planet.com | Apiculturist and Researcher Marcus Hill discusses new research that has produced a genetically manipulated honeybee.

wired.co.uk | Clothing reveals how much wearer is revealing.

Eco Watch | Thyroid cancer rates among nearby children have skyrocketed to more than forty times (40x) normal.

Elizabeth Renter | There’s really nothing more vicious in the animal kingdom than a mother whose young are threatened.

Christina Sarich | With pressure from Food Babe and her followers, brewing company Anheuser-Busch has agreed to publish all ingredients for their products online in an act of unprecedented transparency.

Michael Krieger | Some of the same chemicals found in the pigs’ semen storage bags are routinely used in packaging food for humans and are known to migrate into food.

Mac Slavo | Amid the tense security situation created by thousands of illegal immigrants compromising the southern border of the United States, Mexican officials say that a radioactive device has been stolen from a government research facility.

Prison Planet.com | Alex welcomes biomedical research pioneer and author, Dr. Joel Wallach, to speak on his latest book, Epigenetics: The Death of the Genetic Theory of Disease Transmission, which discusses the relationships between nutrition, genetics and disease.

Elizabeth Renter | It’s one of the most controversial diagnoses of our time.

London Independent | The extinct influenza virus that caused the worst flu pandemic in history has been recreated from fragments of avian flu found in wild ducks.

Prison Planet.com | Alex welcomes Vani Hari to the show. Hari is an organic food activist who is investigating beer ingredients and has launched a petition at FoodBabe.com to make the ingredients public.

Ars Technica | New state law forbids private collection; “We are prepared to defend the law.”

Jon Rappoport | Look at it this way. The kid doesn’t have to pay for drugs out of his pocket. He gets them in a shrink’s office. Insurance covers it.

The Atlantic | So what happens when computers catch up to us?

Prison Planet.com | Alex is joined in Studio by World traveller, philanthropist and former Austin City Council member George Humphrey in studio to break down the current state of the world and humanity.

International Business Times | A great white shark measuring nine foot (2.7m) that was “savagely devoured” by a mystery creature off Australia’s coast has become the topic of a documentary.

Elizabeth Renter | You’re right to be concerned about the effects of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011 and beyond.

Christina Sarich | Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Pasteur, and Novartis all still manufacture vaccines, which contain mercury, or thimerosal.

Daily Mail | Researchers have been able to monitor memories in near real time to see what a person is thinking.

Space.com | A new-found huge asteroid, nicknamed “The Beast,” is expected zoom by Earth this weekend.

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