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Humans to become 'pets' of AI robots, says Apple co-founder Wozniak

7/14/2015 - If you needed just one more reason to trash your iPhone, this is it. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently told a crowd of techies in Austin, Texas, that the future of humanity will predicate on artificially-intelligent (AI) robots keeping people as "pets" - and Wozniak says he's actually looking...

Urban Death Project seeks to compost dead humans to feed the crops: has it really come to this?

3/22/2015 - A Seattle architect named Katrina Spade has proposed a new solution for urban food production: convert the recently deceased into nutritious compost to feed the food crops. The project is called the Urban Death Project, and it describes the process of turning dead humans into food as follows: The...

Radiation, chemtrails, fertilizers: Humans are crossing "planetary boundaries" and killing Earth, study says

1/29/2015 - Large-scale, commercial agriculture, among other things, is taking a toll on the planet, particularly in America's Heartland, and is threatening the existence of life on Earth, according to an international team of researchers. Published in the journal Science, their study called, "Planetary boundaries:...

Crows exhibit advanced rational thinking on par with humans, apes and monkeys

1/2/2015 - Plenty of information exists demonstrating the intelligence of humans, apes and monkeys. From people's technological inventions to apes that have learned sign language, it's clear that the ability to think on advanced levels exists across a variety of species. Now, researchers have a new animal to add...

World-renowned photographer declares humans are predators pushing planet toward extinction

12/19/2014 - A world-renowned Brazilian photographer says Man is a reckless plunderer of the planet and is lethally short-sighted, and has suggested that humans are bound to destroy the earth. Sabastiao Salgado has traveled the globe documenting the extremes of globalization, migration and unchartered territories....

Monkeys are more rational, economic shoppers than humans, study finds

12/10/2014 - Humans might have a thing or two to learn from their closest relative, the monkeys. According to a new Yale study, capuchin monkeys are smarter shoppers than humans. They know a bargain when they see one and can make more rational economic decisions in the marketplace. It turns out that people shop...

Dogs communicate with humans using newly developed wearable technology

11/16/2014 - Maybe you're familiar with Cybercop and Cyborg Cop TV shows and movies, maybe not. But you are most likely not familiar with cyber dogs. They're actually rescue dogs in an experimental phase of developing Cyber-Enhanced Working Dog (CEWD) technology. The purpose is to enhance communication between humans...

Scientists: Humans are 'an infection' and Ebola is Earth's immune response to consume all the human 'meat'

10/22/2014 - If you haven't yet read The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction book published in 1994, you're way behind the curve on the truth about Ebola. This book reveals all sorts of astonishing truths about Ebola which have since been buried or distorted by a modern-day government operating in total...

Customs requirements for pets more stringent than for humans arriving from Ebola hot zones

10/7/2014 - In recent days, after news that the Ebola virus had spread to our shores, several U.S. officials have said that, despite the desire of millions of Americans to close our borders to travel from the affected West African regions, that just isn't going to happen. One of those to call for a travel ban...

Experimental Ebola vaccine to be injected into humans en masse beginning this January: WHO

9/28/2014 - The United Nations isn't letting a good crisis go to waste, having recently endorsed the use of untested, experimental Ebola vaccines being rushed to market as this is typed. Agence France-Presse reports that the vaccines, which are bypassing the normal testing and approval process, should be ready...

Sheeple behavior in humans now fully confirmed by science

9/26/2014 - Is there really such a thing as a "sheeple" mentality -- a tendency by the vast majority of us to follow along mindlessly, and without resistance? Yes, according to a series of research projects over the past couple of years which concluded that following the crowd is a distinct human trait. Writing...

Humans have increased animal extinction rates by 1,000 times

9/15/2014 - The current global extinction rate is 1,000 times higher than it was before humans came along, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brown University, Duke University, Microsoft Research and the University of Georgia, and published in the journal Conservation Biology. "We've known for...

Artificial humans could make animal testing nearly obsolete

9/9/2014 - Tissue engineering and organ growing operations are leaving the realm of science fiction and entering human reality. The future of life-saving organ transplants hinges on organ farming technology which uses a patient's preexisting tissue as "seed" to develop fully functioning organs. Remarkably,...

Humans have already exhausted yearly 'budget' for natural resources after just eight months

9/6/2014 - A measure of the quantity of natural resources that humans have used so far this year in comparison to what the earth actually provides has revealed that we've maxed out the budget in just eight months. Experts are calling it "Earth Overshoot Day"-- the point at which we are now using more natural resources...

Humans are getting stupider by the generation; science shows we've lost 14 IQ points since Victorian Era

9/4/2014 - Are humans getting dumber? That is the finding of a new study which says that our collective IQs have fallen over the last decade, even while technology keeps getting "smarter." According to a report in New Scientist magazine online, the study questions whether "our century-long rise in intelligence"...

Overused fungicides give rise to deadly, resistant fungus threatening humans and crops

8/19/2014 - Nature always finds a way. Despite the advanced technology that humans possess, nature always seems to be one step ahead. This is particularly true for drug-resistant fungi, a phenomenon threatening enough to demand further research. Four years ago, Dutch researchers were the first to link the agricultural...

'Mass extinction event' across planet may have been unleashed by humans, scientists warn

8/13/2014 - Planet Earth is on the verge of another mass extinction event, say scientists, and this time the cause is humans. A new study by researchers from Stanford University claims that losses to animal and plant life are reaching a tipping point that could signal an approaching mass die-off event, the sixth...

Oxidative stress and inflammation - two things that age humans the fastest

7/12/2014 - When people hear the term neurodegenerative disease, they either run the other way and just pray that they never have to deal with it, or they have no idea what it means. When millions of Americans take prescription drugs to cover up and temporarily minimize symptoms of chronic health ailments, they...

Chimps beat humans in strategic computer game test

6/21/2014 - There is a program on the air called, "Are you smarter than a fifth grader?" Maybe there should be a new show entitled, "Are you smarter than a chimp?" According to the LA Times, researchers believe that different outcomes could be due to the byproduct of a cognitive trade-off in the course of evolution....

Glyphosate found to accumulate in animals and humans, leading to chronic illness

4/1/2014 - Yet another scientific study has debunked the myth that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) pose no threat whatsoever to animals or humans. A team of researchers from both Germany and Egypt, publishing their findings in the Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology, discovered that animals...

Humans are not the only animals to engage in war - Similar behaviors are seen in chimpanzees, wolves, lions and even ants

3/26/2014 - There are two broad categories of behavior that, in humans, may be labeled as "war." The first and most familiar to us are large-scale battles between two or more opposing forces. Similar behavior is seen in many species of ants and other social insects, in which battles may take place between tens...

How do steroidal hormones given to livestock affect the humans who consume them?

3/12/2014 - Do women get breast cancer more often when their hormones are thrown out of whack? You bet. Are those cases more severe than others? The jury is still out on that one. What about thyroid tumors and ovarian cancer - can those come from eating meat and drinking dairy from cows that are given hormones...

There may be a reason why dogs are man's best friend - We have similar brain scans

3/7/2014 - Dogs have been called man's (and woman's) best friend, and a new brain-imaging study of dogs indicates one reason why: There are striking similarities in how dogs and humans -- and, perhaps, a number of other mammals -- process voice and emotion. According to Wired, dogs, like humans, may have brain...

FDA deliberately allows animal drugs to stay legal even when they threaten humans with superbugs

3/2/2014 - The FDA allowed 18 separate animal antibiotics to remain on the market even after concluding that they posed a "high risk" of leading to antibiotic resistance in bacteria that cause disease in humans, according to a new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Microbiologist and lead...

Neanderthals gave humans the gene for disease

3/2/2014 - The results of a new study by German and United States researchers showed that there is a genetic connection between Neanderthals and modern humans. This connection could be responsible for something as benign as being able to tolerate cold weather better, or something as sinister as being predisposed...

Rise of the machines: Google robots, Kurzweil's AI, and why self-aware machines will inevitably seek to destroy humanity

2/26/2014 - In the brilliant techno-thriller fiction novel DAEMON by Daniel Suarez, a collection of clever computer scripts take over corporations, economies and entire governments. AI programs also activate and control vehicles, buildings and critical infrastructure, outmaneuvering the FBI, CIA and even the NSA...

Neonicotinoid pesticides not just a threat to bees; humans also at risk

1/5/2014 - A new report issued by the European Food Safety Commission (EFSA) has found that a class of crop pesticides previously linked to causing mass bee deaths is also inherently harmful to humans. Researchers from the EFSA determined that neonicotinoid pesticides -- acetamiprid and imidacloprid in particular...

The big lie of genetics exposed: human DNA incapable of storing complete blueprint of the human form

9/28/2013 - The curse of being a critical thinker is that you can't turn it off, I've discovered. So you become a critical thinker about everything you've been told or taught, and as it turns out, most of what we've all been taught about genetics is a lie. But don't take my word for it. Join me as we take an...

How 'Earth Day' could reinvent itself as... relevant

5/3/2013 - You know how the "Earth Day" story goes. The Cuyahoga River in Cleveland caught on fire. Wild birds were laying eggs so weak, they broke open before the chicks were ready to hatch. Acid rain was skewing the pH of lake, river, and coastal ecosystems. Choking smog blanketed the large cities, and with...

Are humans devolving? Research suggests humans losing intellectual, emotional abilities

11/13/2012 - Have you ever wondered - and maybe even said out loud - why so many people seem downright dumb? According to a hypothesis just published in the Cell Press journal Trends in Genetics, maybe humans are becoming less intelligent. The paper's author, Dr. Gerald Crabtree, of Stanford University, suggests...

Can humans generate metabolic energy from the sun? Maybe one day, say scientists

9/28/2012 - In order to feed ourselves, human beings have to grow, hunt or gather food. Many other living things don't have those kind of sustenance limitations because they can create their own through the process of photosynthesis. Plants, algae and several species of bacteria can do that by using sunlight, which...

Genius female chimpanzee found to be smarter than U.S. high school students

8/28/2012 - A twenties-something "genius ape" named Natasha has been found to demonstrate more intelligence than a typical U.S. high school student. The findings have been published in the peer-reviewed science journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. As the paper documents, Natasha repeatedly...

Dolphins indulge in elite societies and cliques just like humans do, scientists find

8/4/2012 - One of the smartest mammals on the planet apart from human beings, dolphins have long fascinated scientists because of their incredible intellectual abilities, which include things like their amazing aptness at solving problems, planning ahead, and even experiencing emotions. And a new study published...

Humans were deep-sea fishing 42,000 years ago

4/15/2012 - New archaeological findings show that human beings were already deep-sea fishing at least 42,000 years ago, which is 30,000 years earlier than previously believed. "All the bones we got inside were just the result of human meals, 40,000 years ago," said researcher Sue O'Connor of the Australian National...

GMOs with 'stacked traits' exponentially more harmful to humans due to synergistic toxicity

2/28/2012 - Monsanto's pipeline of upcoming genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) includes several new varieties specifically engineered with "stacked traits," which means they contain multiple genetic modifications and built-in resistance traits as opposed to just one. And a new study published in the Journal...

BPA levels in humans far higher than previously thought

10/9/2011 - New studies reveal that levels of BPA are massively higher in humans than previously assumed, causing major concern for what has been downplayed by the packaging industry as a false alarm. BPA, or Bisphenol-A, leaches into food from plastic packaging and from the linings of canned foods, causing...

Guatemalan STD medical experiments were just one crime in a long history of medical-government collusion to use humans as guinea pigs

10/2/2010 - It has now been widely revealed that the United States conducted medical experiments on prisoners and mental health patients in Guatemala in the 1940's. Carried out by a government-employed doctor working in a psychiatric hospital, these experiments involved intentionally infecting Guatemalans with...

USDA says antibiotic use in livestock is negatively affecting humans

8/2/2010 - The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently testified before a House committee that antibiotic use in animal agriculture causes humans who eat such meat to develop antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance. Conventional cattle farmers often use antibiotics to speed the growth of their...

Humans vs. the environment - A thought experiment

6/23/2010 - Protecting the environment isn't a "liberal" idea; it's everybody's business. Liberal or conservative, Democrat or Republican, the environment provides life support for us all, and if we fail to recognize that, we are truly doomed as a civilization. To help explain this, I've put together a simple...

Migratory birds are teaching humans about the benefits of superfood berries

4/14/2010 - Birds such as sparrows, thrushes and warblers are apparently experts on preventing disease and optimizing their bodies to deal with stress. If that sounds like an exaggeration, consider this: scientists at the University of Rhode Island (URI) have discovered these migratory birds eat certain nutrient-packed...

Farmed Fish Could Give Humans Mad Cow Disease

8/20/2009 - There is probably no illness that has more terrifying symptoms, or a more ghastly outcome, than variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD) -- best known as mad cow disease. Abnormal proteins called prions found in brain tissue of cows suffering from bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) can cause vCJD...

Farmed Fish Could Give Humans Mad Cow Disease

7/21/2009 - There is probably no illness that has more terrifying symptoms, or a more ghastly outcome, than variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD) -- best known as mad cow disease. Abnormal proteins called prions found in brain tissue of cows suffering from bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) can cause vCJD...

Timeline: World History of Viral Pandemics: 412BC to 2009

5/1/2009 - When observing the swine flu outbreak happening today, it's helpful to have some historical context. Viral pandemics are not unusual, and talking about one isn't "alarmist." Pandemics are a regular feature of life on earth, and they occur with surprising regularity throughout world history. Wherever...

Chimpanzees Beat Humans in Memory Test

7/11/2008 - Juvenile chimpanzees beat adult humans in two different short-term memory tests, according to a study conducted by researchers at Kyoto University in Japan and published in the journal Current Biology. The research was carried out on three five-year-old chimpanzees that had been taught the order...

Plan To Spray Toxic Biological Chemicals Over San Francisco Announced

3/11/2008 - People of the world, the US Government is planning to poison more than two million people, in California, using an untested biological "pesticide" this summer. The chemical to be sprayed is classified by the EPA as a "pesticide" and the plan is to douse cities with this chemical designed to stick on...

Governor Schwarzenegger Backed Immoral Sex Pheromone Spraying Continues...

2/8/2008 - Sometimes bad dreams do come true. My bad dream was that the government issued quarantine, and forced everybody to be vaccinated for some fake disease. In my dream, I took my family, and fled to the hills to avoid being vaccinated. Now, nine months later, this dream has come true. In an emergency,...

Thousands Exposed to Poison by Government's Aerial Spraying

12/31/2007 - Sometimes bad dreams do come true. My bad dream was that the government issued quarantine, and forced everybody to be vaccinated for some fake disease. In my dream, I took my family, and fled to the hills to avoid being vaccinated. Now, nine months later, this dream has come true. In an emergency,...

Oceans, Plants, and Humans - Closer Than You Think

11/21/2007 - If you look at our "family tree" you will find that apes are our "parents", plants are our "grandparents", and the sun and sea our "great grandparents". The ocean as a plasma Let's start with our great grandmother, the sea. A French doctor by the name of René Quinton discovered as early as 1897...

Animals are smarter than humans when it comes to feeding their children (opinion)

4/6/2007 - Humans are the only species on the planet who actually go out of their way to feed their children crap. All other animals instinctly seek out the best nutrition they can find. Birds find grubs, worms and insects to feed their young, honeybees painstakingly collect pollen and create a nutrient-rich superfood...

Earth changes, nature's backlash and lessons yet to be learned by humans (opinion)

3/12/2007 - With modern humans engaged in highly destructive behaviors towards nature (pollution, toxic chemicals production, CO2 emissions, abuse of animals, use of Roundup herbicides, etc.), did you ever wonder what nature would do to humans if it had the chance? In a recent CounterThink cartoon called "Human...

Drug trial victim permanently disabled while drug companies continue to use humans as guinea pigs

6/28/2006 - -- Twenty-year-old Ryan Wilson will have all of his toes and parts of three of his fingers amputated as the result of side effects he suffered from a drug trial. He was one of six volunteers who suffered a severe, life-threatening inflammatory response after being injected with an experimental drug...

Bird flu timeline: A history of influenza from 412 BC – AD 2006

2/6/2006 - 412 BC – Major epidemic of a disease (which, although not called influenza, probably was influenza) recorded by Hippocrates. 1357 AD – The term, “influenza,” from the Italian word meaning "influence," was coined. Popular belief at that time blamed the development of flu on the influence of the stars....

Shocking New Evidence Shows Mad Cow Disease Prions Can Be Harbored In Humans For Decades Without Symptoms

8/6/2004 - Health experts in the UK are facing a potentially alarming situation regarding the human form of mad cow disease, otherwise known as vCJD. It turns out that there may be potentially tens of thousands of UK citizens who are infected with vCJD from consuming mad cow disease infected red meat in the 1980's...

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