News-in-Transition

8 February 2013

 - Having created a situation where more than 50 million Americans are totally dependant on foods stamps, the US government is now ready to start rolling out the real reason for creating the dependancy - to microchip the population.

"Like the Indian UID program, the roll-out of the American system will require fingerprinting of individuals receiving food stamps under the guise of reducing fraud."

The first phase is fingerprinting... the next phase is microchips.

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7 February 2013

 - The decimation to the planet and the entire web of life from 60 years of ever increasing weather modification with toxic spraying can never be fully quantified.

Though humanity has damaged the biosphere on many fronts, all available data indicates that no single cause of environmental destruction even comes close to the total decimation being inflicted by geoengineering/chemtrails.

We have massive global ozone destruction in the northern and southern hemispheres, mass extinction of plant and animal species (now estimated to be as high as 10,000 times background extinction rates), total disruption of natural weather patterns, and a complete toxification of our air, water, and soils. How long can life on Earth sustain this total assault?

Geoengineering must be brought into the light of day, and it’s up to each and every one of us to get this done.

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7 February 2013

 - A new scientific paper reveals strong statistical evidence that our reality is, indeed, a grand computer simulation. This news also supports the idea of a Creator who brought this universe -- and everything in it -- into existence by design.

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5 February 2013

 - Genuinely sweet corn!

Researchers studying corn seeds have found evidence that full “siblings” preferentially feed each other. Corn embryos whose endosperm shared the same mother and father grew larger than corn embryos whose endosperm had genetically different parents. The researchers described this behavior as “altruism” among corn.

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4 February 2013

 - When it comes to new and sustainable housing ideas, the focus is usually on creating a more efficient home in terms of insulation, lighting, electricity etc.

Hempcrete is a very versatile building material that incorporates hemp into its mixture and can be used for wall insulation, flooring, walls, roofing, etc. Not only does it do no harm to the environment and cost less than conventional building materials, it has superior qualities which far outweigh those of other building materials.

If people knew about it, the whole world would be using Hempcrete right now.

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4 February 2013

 - 2/4 ~ Mars (action) ~conjunct~ Neptune (dreams): This energy is great for tapping in to your intuition and acting on its promptings...

2/6 ~ Venus (beauty) ~sextile~ Uranus (sudden clarity): This energy involves Uranus which always makes you seek to break the monotony of routine or boring people...

2/6 ~ Mercury (communication) ~conjunct~ Neptune (illusion): This is a mixed blessing. If you are trying to express yourself creatively, it's great! However, if you have to confront someone about something which requires complete honesty from both parties, things could get a little hazy...

2/7 ~ Venus (socialize) ~trine~ Jupiter (optimism): This is a most pleasant energy, although short lived. This is a good time to enjoy some kind of social activity. No pressure - just easy, laid back fun...

2/8 ~ Mercury (thoughts) ~conjunct~ Mars (energy): (1 of 2: 2/8 ~ 2/26): The positive expression of this energy is that you can control your mind and direct it with passion, getting tangible results...

2/9 ~ Mercury (expression) ~square~ Jupiter (truth): (1 of 3: 2/9 ~ 3/9 ~ 3/29): This is usually a good energy, making you optimistic and positive. You are probably going to feel like setting some long-term goals...

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 2 February 2013

  - It's not just doom and gloom coming out of Greece.

Though Pittaki Street is just one alley in a crowded city on the planet, this story touches us because it's so symbolic of the playful lightness of the human spirit in the face of what seems at times encroaching darkness.

Until recently, Pittaki Street in central Athens was a dimly lit alley that could have easily gone the route of countless of other neglected byways, becoming a dead zone of drifting garbage and seedy characters.

But Athenians decided not to let Pittaki fade away. Instead, they made it the target of an innovative micro-experiment in urban rejuvenation. They gathered all the old lamps they could find, and strung them up in glowing lines above Pittaki. Today, the alley shines brightly and feels “familiar, hospitable, full of life, color and light.”

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1 February 2013

 - City life requires a lot of attention. Navigating a busy sidewalk while processing loud storefronts and avoiding rogue pigeons may feel like second-nature at times, but it's actually quite a bit of work for the human brain.

Psychologists do know that quick walks through the park can restore our focus, but they're still getting a handle on just what urbanization means for human cognition.

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31 January 2013

Waning moon and its halo as seen through the branches of a willow tree. Image by Michael Flood

Source: Earthsky.org

 

31 January 2013

 - Right now we stand on the forefront of intellectual battle against biotechnology giants such as Monsanto who seek to monopolize the food supply through the extensive use of their genetically modified organisms, but what about tomorrow? It’s crucial that we continue the fight against Monsanto and GMO ingredients within the food, but as many are busy campaigning against the visible roots of GMO technology, the unseen roots of the biotech industry have grown much deeper — deep enough to delay any debate over today’s biotech initiatives until tomorrow.

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31 January 2013

 - “Along with food, air, and water, sunlight is the most important survival factor in human life.” -The National Institute of Mental Health

In the past 100 years, the majority of people around the world have transitioned from working outside all day to being stuck inside, with artificial lighting. 100 years ago we didn’t have sunscreen. Oddly enough, skin and other cancers have been on a dramatic rise in the last four decades, especially in more recent years – despite increased sunscreen usage and less overall sun exposure.

Once one understands that sunlight is essential for a healthy body and strong immune system, the link becomes clear; it appears that sunscreen and lack of regular sunlight is more of a cause of cancer and health problems than the sun itself!

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30 January 2013

 - Crop circles dating back to 1945 are proof the phenomenon is no modern hoax, a Tasmanian historian claims.

Jefferys, who has a degree in archaeology, was prompted to research the matter after reading a report on crop circles in an 1880 edition of the science journal Nature.

In a research paper emailed to Huffington Post UK Jefferys writes:

He wrote that aerial photographsfrom the Google Earth 1945 overlay showed that the number of crop circles appearing each summer has been relatively constant for at least the last 70 years and that these crop circles cannot be explained by the ‘hoax theory’.

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29 January 2013

 - Many farmers in Colorado will be expanding their list of planted crops this Spring after groundbreaking legislation was passed last November that allowed not only for the legalization of marijuana, but hemp as well.

Hemp is a multi-purpose substance that does not produce the high effects of marijuana. In fact, it’s mainly used as a super cheap and highly efficient building material — at least in other nations where ridiculous bans are not enforced on the ‘high-free’ material.

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