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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Psalm 14:1The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.

"In the 1950s, scientist Stanley Miller conducted a series of experiments in which he zapped gas-filled flasks with electricity. The most famous of these, published in 1952, showed that such a process could give rise to amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. But a later experiment, conducted in 1958, sat on the shelf--never analyzed by Miller. Now, scientists have gone back and analyzed the sludge at the bottom of this flask and found even more amino acids than before--and better evidence that lightning and volcanic gasses may have helped create life on Earth."

Thursday, March 03, 2011




"The Washington Post reports that the army has brought twenty-two new charges — including the Article 104 offence of 'aiding the enemy' that carries a potential death sentence — against Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, a former intelligence analyst accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of classified military and diplomatic documents to the anti-secrecy Web site WikiLeaks. The new charges, filed under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, include wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on the Internet, knowing that it will be accessed by the enemy, that US officials have asserted could put soldiers and civilians at risk. However the prosecution has notified Manning's attorneys that it will not recommend the death penalty and the charge sheet, like the original set of accusations, contains no mention by name of the enemy to which the US military is referring. Manning's supporters reacted to the new charges with dismay. 'I'm shocked that the military opted to charge Pfc. Bradley Manning today with the capital offense of 'aiding the enemy,' says Jeff Paterson, project director of Courage to Resist, which has raised money for Manning's defense. 'It's beyond ironic that leaked US State Department cables have contributed to revolution and revolt in the Middle East, yet an American may be executed, or at best face life in prison, for being the primary whistleblower.'"

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

They Helped Big Brother Spy On Us Now We Can Spy On Them

"The Supreme Court unanimously decided (PDF) Monday that AT&T can't keep embarrassing corporate information that it submits to the government out of public view; "personal privacy" rights do not apply to corporations. "We trust that AT&T will not take it personally" concluded the ruling."
"Purportedly to help alleviate Beijing 's traffic congestion, the new initiative, literally translated as 'Platform for Citizen Movement Information' proposes to track individual citizen's movement in real time via cell phone signals. Cell phones will be automatically registered at cell towers as soon as they are switched on. The rest is just like the phone tracking you see every week on CSI."

If You Come Here Often Then Most Likely You Are A High~Bandwidth User

"Cisco has released a whitepaper on mobile data usage which has some interesting data in it. The top 1% of users consume 20% of the bandwidth, but that share is down from 30% previously. 'Regular' users are catching up as they watch more video. High-bandwidth users of today will be relatively average users by 2015, so network operators should look to those users for insight in designing their future networks."


New research strongly suggests that a mix of preventative agents, such as those found in concentrated black raspberries, may more effectively inhibit cancer development than single agents aimed at shutting down a particular gene.
Researchers at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center examined the effect of freeze-dried black raspberries on genes altered by a chemical carcinogen in an animal model of esophageal cancer.

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Best gas mileage car ever...is ugly.

Don't Use Hair Restorer Products before you know the risks

Finasteride and minoxidil etc...

New Prescription Information for Propecia released in Europe - Permanent Erectile Dysfunction now official. http://www.propeciahelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2002

I'm posting this because I know people are using this product, and they should know what people are going through because of it. They should realize the possible PERMANENT side effects THAT STAY WITH YOU EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT TAKING THE DRUG.

The issue is not yet widely accepted in the medical industry.

If you ask about the side effects to Merck (the maker of propecia), they will tell you that the side effects wear off when you stop taking it. Not for everyone. There's an entire community of sufferers who have this condition. You have to know something is seriously wrong when you see all of the ads for erectile dysfunction products on TV and in magazines etc.
There are some specialists out there that are starting to publish the truth. Even with that said, the medical world is finally starting to wake up to the issues Propecia is causing and new side effects have been listed by the FDA. Also, many men don't start experiencing side effects until they stop taking the pill. Or, until many years after they have been taking it.

The hair regrowth drugs can have a permanent side effect of loss of libido and permanent erectile dysfunction. There is no known cure.

One person who had side effects said:
"I am not completely bald yet. I started taking propecia as soon as I noticed my hair was falling out, it wasn't visible at all. The first time I noticed the side effects, I didn't know they were a result of the drug. I actually stopped taking the drug because I had a pain in testicles and I did a search on google for propecia side effects and found that propecia can cause that.
It wasn't until maybe 4 or 5 months later, I noticed that my sex drive was really low and had been that way for a while. After research, I stumbled on the community of sufferers that have the same issue.
I have a low thyroid according to my latest blood test, which is the same as other sufferers on the website."

"In December 2008, the Swedish Medical Products agency concluded a safety investigation of Propecia and subsequently advised that the use of Propecia may result in irreversible sexual dysfunction. The Agency's updated safety information lists difficulty in obtaining an erection that persists indefinitely, even after the discontinuation of Propecia, as a possible side effect of the drug.[13] The UK's Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) say that erectile dysfunction that persists once use of Propecia has stopped has been reported to them.[14] Similar labeling changes have been made by the Italian government. While European product warnings have been updated to warn of the possibility for permanent sexual dysfunction, the warnings remain unchanged in North America and currently state that sexual side effects are reversible."
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finasteride

There are others who experience no side effects at all and have gotten results as advertised. Just know that there are risks.