News-in-Transition

10 May 2017

 - Environmental activists are urging the European Commission to take action against Denmark, accusing the country's officials of facilitating the slaughter of pilot whales and other marine mammals in the Faroe Islands.

Sea Shepherd Netherlands announced that it has officially submitted a request to the commission to launch "infringement proceedings" against the Scandinavian country, claiming it has the formal support of 27 members of the European Parliament.

The complaint centers on a practice known as Grindadráp, or Grind, in which "hundreds of pilot whales are driven onto the beaches of the Faroe Islands using motor boats, then slaughtered..." a Sea Shepherd press release states.

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10 May 2017

 - May 10, 2017 is a day that ought to live in infamy! Why? The Parliament of progressive Sweden adopted a decision, which contained several motions, one being “it would violate our [Swedish Constitution] if it introduced compulsory vaccination, or mandatory vaccination.”

Furthermore, this must be noted by all countries forcing mandatory vaccinations of children and adults, especially the USA, where a police-state exists regarding fraudulent vaccine pseudoscience.

Personally, I cannot offer enough kudos, standing ovations, and applause to the Swedish Parliament for members’ level-headedness in assessing vaccines as the bargain basement technology of the 20th century, and not mandating them. However, that seems to be the emerging meme, especially in foreign countries where Big Pharma and vaccine manufacturers are being sued left and right for vaccine damages!

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9 May 2017

 - The Earth Heal Geoharmonic Research Project will be hosting a group distant healing event for participants around the world on the Full Moon of Wednesday, 10 May.

Each participant will receive distant healing work as an individual and as part of the group, and will play a part in holding the energy for the morphic field and the planetary side of the healing.

Our event will begin at 17:00 or 5 pm GMT/Universal Time and continue for about 3 hours, ending around 8 pm GMT/Universal Time.

All people and animals everywhere in the world are welcome to join us. Participate via this link...

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9 May 2017

 - The movement to free up the weed is growing, thanks in large part to an ever-growing body of scientific research disproving the U.S. government’s assertion that cannabis has no medical value. Research has proven that medical cannabis has a positive effect in the prevention and treatment of cancer, as well as having a clear benefit for seizure patients.

The benefits of cannabis on the human brain are still being outlined by medical research, and in a recent study, scientists at the University of Bonn concluded that it can help reverse the aging process in the brain.

"Low dose THC from cannabis reverses the aging process in the brain. 12-and 18-month old mice that were given a low dose of THC daily for 4 weeks performed as well as 2-month old control mice on learning and memory tests. The THC treatment completely reversed the loss of performance in the old animals..."

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8 May 2017

 - The first vaccinated versus nonvaccinated children’s health peer review study has been published in the Journal of Translational Science. The study titled, “Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12- year old U.S. children,” is published as an open access text, thankfully, which everyone—bar none—should read, especially if you are a parent or grandparent.

One of the paper’s statements ‘jumped out’ at me:

Although short-term immunologic and safety testing is performed on vaccines prior to their approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the long-term effects of individual vaccines and of the vaccination program itself remain unknown [8]. Vaccines are acknowledged to carry risks of severe acute and chronic adverse effects, such as neurological complications and even death [9], but such risks are considered so rare that the vaccination program is believed to be safe and effective for virtually all children.

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8 May 2017

 - Scientists have detected a disturbing form of antibiotic-resistance on U.S. farms in recent months, but it’s not the type they anticipated, and they don’t know how it wound up there.

Researchers say that they’ve discovered resistance to a class of antibiotics called carbapenems, a last-line of defensive drugs used to treat severe infections. These antibiotics are not intended for agricultural use because they are so vital to human health. In fact, they’re so potent and so valuable that they are usually reserved for patients exhibiting resistance to multiple antibiotics.

The bacteria had been identified among European and Asian livestock, but there was no sign of the problem in the U.S. until now.

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7 May 2017

 - Worldwide, 300 million tons of fruits and vegetables are thrown away each year — much of which for nothing more than their less than perfect appearance. Intermarché, the third largest supermarket chain in France, decided to tackle such outrageous waste by putting a fresh spin on how we view “ugly” produce.

Challenging the “business-as-usual” model, Intermarché decided to buck the system and bought produce from growers that they normally would have thrown away, because it wasn’t pretty enough. If the produce did happen to make it into the store, it was generally shunned by consumers and eventually disgarded by the supermarket.

How did Intermarché celebrate these “inglorious fruits and vegetables”? By creating a special print, radio and film campaign designed to exclusively promote the wayward produce. Launching in-store branding and establishing a dedicated aisle. Providing special labelling along with a designated, separate spot on the sales receipt. And discounting “ugly” produce cost by 30 percent compared to its more aesthetically pleasing brethren. Stores also offered samples to hesitant shoppers, tastefully proving that the produce is no different from standard fruits and vegetables.

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7 May 2017

  - Earth Heal will be facilitating the Full Moon group distant healing event on Wednesday, 10 May 2017.

All are welcome to join us for this event, and participants are asked to make an exchange for this treatment if possible (an amount of your own choosing) before the event. The principal of exchange is important in terms of allowing ourselves to receive the full benefit of the treatment, at the deepest levels.

The amount exchanged is left totally up to participants, and all support is gratefully received and enables Earth Heal to continue offering pro-bono work for really needy people and animals and planetary healing work on a regular basis, and cover our running costs for the Earth Heal site.

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6 May 2017

 - A chain reaction of volcanic eruptions which shaped the landscape of North America was triggered by a meteor strike nearly two billion years ago, according to a new study.

In a geological study of Canada’s Sudbury Basin, the second largest meteor impact zone on the planet, scientists claim to have found evidence of “long-lived and explosive” eruptions that lasted for hundreds of thousands of years after the meteor struck the Earth.

Published in ‘Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets’, the research suggests that by plowing into the Earth’s surface, the meteor created disruptions under the crust that “progressively fed” volcanic eruptions.

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6 May 2017

 - Cancer cells are always present in the human body, however, they are typically recognized by the immune system and destroyed before they cause any problems. It is when cancer cells go unrecognized and begin to multiply that they become a burden. Cancer cells differ from healthy cells in critical ways that make them harmful to the body and this article will help you understand how this cellular dysfunction occurs.

Cancer cells are unlike any other cell in the body and they act totally out of line with normal cell functions. As they develop, they begin to ignore the signals sent by the body telling them when and when not to grow or even when to die.

When they are allowed to accumulate they begin to stray even further from normal acquiring unique traits. 

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5 May 2017

 - A new study finds noise pollution is twice as loud as normal background sound levels in nearly two-thirds of protected areas in the US. Researchers found noise pollution has a huge impact on wildlife in the protected areas.

Researchers from Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, along with the National Park Service, analyzed sound measurements from across the US and found human-caused sound was twice as loud as the natural ambient level in 63 percent of America's protected areas, according to a study published in Science Magazine on Thursday.

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4 May 2017

 - Did you know the disconnect we have with our bodies inhibits spiritual development? Perhaps you ‘get’ the idea of self-love intellectually, but don’t ‘feel’ love. Ironically, we crave intimacy and fully armor against it.

Our body absorbs experience like a sponge. Even our lungs look and feel like plump, supple sponges. I know this because I spend hundreds of hours reverently exploring human anatomy. I marvel while breathing my own air into soft pink lungs of a human cadaver in the anatomy lab. When filled with air they appear to fly, like ‘wings’ of a great gentle Manta Ray gliding through the sea.

Look at your skin.

Notice its scars and wound etchings on your hands, your forearms, knuckles, and your thumb. If you peel off your clothes right now, how many healing marks could you count? Each one is a work of art, your cells reinvesting themselves to protect you. Each mark looks and feels different for the effort, different for the pull of skin over joints. Different for how it was cared for, or neglected. Imagine peeling away your artful skin, the largest organ through which we breathe. How many wound etchings can you imagine live inside? Each layer is intimately connected with the others.

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