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Free Secure Email: Meet Proton Mail

A group of CERN scientists have developed an email system that provides end-to-end encryption of emails, which prevents anyone from being able to spy on the emails being exchanged. The service plans on making revenue by charging for extra storage space, and yes, they do accept Bitcoin as a payment option.  Right now they are…

New Blacklight Power Validation Reports

A few more were recently released: Dr. Nick Glumac, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Dr. Gilbert L. Crouse, Jr., Auburn University Dr. K.V. Ramanujachary, Rowan University Dr. W. Henry Weinberg, California Institute of Technology Dr. Terry M. Copeland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ENSER Corporation, Pinellas Park FL (Defense company with 25 research electrochemists that manufactures missile batteries…

Marijuana, Economists and Crumbling Cartels – Oh My

It looks like Keynesian economists finally got something right!  Well… sort of anyways. The London School of Economics has put out an 82 page report condemning the war on drugs.  The report basically summarizes everything we already know to be true about the war on drugs, so there isn’t much point in going over the details.  What…

My Son Has Cancer

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  From the Daily Paul: My 5 year old son was recently diagnosed with fibro sarcoma. After much unnecessary delay he has finally been admitted to a good hospital, but its also 30 miles from where we live, and traveling back and forth has taken its toll on the little savings we had left. On…

Must Watch: Under Our Skin, Documentary on Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is caused by a spirochete bacteria, very similar to syphilis.  And like syphilis, it can cause all sorts of inflammatory and neurological disorders if left untreated.  These disorders can mimic everything from ALS, to Multiple Sclerosis, to Fibromyalgia, to Parkinson’s disease.  (It’s worth noting that none of those diseases I just listed have…

The Blinding Blue Light Of Asteroids

  Astronomers and physicists would have us believe these explosive displays of energy are caused entirely by friction against the atmosphere. I highly doubt that is the case.  Most of these rocks are rather small; far too small to create these kinds of displays by friction alone.  Many asteroid atmospheric explosions generate kiloton energies equivalent to…