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Why “Fresh Air and Sunshine” is Dangerous

By Daniel Brouse Q: Do you know what are two of the most dangerous exposures for children and the elderly? A: Fresh air and sunshine. Either may be hazardous; however, when fresh air and sunshine are combined, the result can be extreme. On days like today, do not go out and play. The sun can […]

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GMO Rice Wins Humanitarian Award

by Daniel Brouse WASHINGTON, DC — Although social media is full of unsubstantiated claims about GMO’s, the truth is: there is no evidence that GMO’s are harmful. In fact, quite the contrary. For instance, there are specific breeds of tomatoes, potatoes and carrots being grown for their additional health benefits. Such a beneficial crop, Golden […]

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Bombing Of Tokyo

On March 10, 1945, the United States sent 334 B-29 bombers to raid Japan with 279 of the planes dropping 1,665 tons of bombs on Tokyo. Approximately 15.8 square miles of the city was destroyed and some 100,000 people are estimated to have died. Operation Meetinghouse — “The bombs were mostly the 500-pound E-46 cluster […]

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Jesus Married With Kids

According to a press release in The Sunday Times of the United Kingdom, Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had children: ‘Married’ Jesus found in British Library — A new book claims Jesus married Mary Magdalene, a theory that is also touched upon in the film The Last Temptation of Christ IT SOUNDS like The Da […]

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Climate-related Health Risks

The World Health Organization calls for stronger action on climate-related health risks: “The evidence is overwhelming: climate change endangers human health,” says Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. “Solutions exist and we need to act decisively to change this trajectory.” Previously unrecognized health benefits could be realized from fast action to reduce climate change and its […]

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The Wife Of Jesus

A fragment of papyrus known as the “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife,” caused a controversy when it was published by the Harvard Divinity School in 2012.  Now, it has been tested and the study reports “the ink and papyrus are very likely ancient, and not a modern forgery.” The writing contains the phrases “Jesus said to […]

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Rob Dickenson, Jim Littman and Michael Rast

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Save Darfur

by Danielle Brouse The Darfur region is a drought-prone area of western Sudan. By area, Darfur is roughly the size of Texas and is divided into three states that had a collective population of approximately 6 million people before the crisis in Darfur began in 2003. The Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) and Justice and Equality […]

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