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Carl Sagan: Reincarnation Deserves Serious Study. Years Later & The Results Are In

Carl Sagan, the well-known American astronomer, astrobiologist, cosmologist, astrophysicist, and author passed away in 1996. He was very skeptical of non-mainstream work, and was the...

Doctors Shocked to Discover Sperm Counts in Western Men Plummeted Nearly 60%

According to a new analysis published Tuesday, sperm counts in Western men have plummeted nearly 60 percent over the last four decades. Though researchers say the specific...

Chemotherapy Proven to Spread Cancer, Cause Lethal Tumors in Groundbreaking New Study

In a groundbreaking new study, they’ve proven that chemotherapy causes cancer cells to spread throughout the body – to replicate themselves, making your cancer...

Scientists Accelerate Backward Time Travel Under Laboratory Conditions for First Time

In a first of its kind experiment, physicists from Washington State University have created the only known matter in the world with “negative mass.” Unlike every other physical object...

Proposed Law Threatens Industrial Hemp and Turns CBD Research Over to Big Pharma

In May 2017, two U.S. Senators, Feinstein and Grassley, introduced the Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act S.1276, to the Senate. The act suggests that the government...

New Studies Confirm the Effectiveness of Ibogaine in Stopping Opioid Addiction

The opioid crisis in America has reached epidemic levels and overdose deaths continue to rise. While the destructive effects of heroin and pharmaceutical opioids ravage...

First Ever Study of Unvaccinated Vs. Vaccinated Kids, Pulled from Journal, Erased from Internet

In recent years, the glaring spotlight of skepticism has been turned to the topic of vaccines, bitterly dividing parents and giving doctors of modern...

Scientists Have Discovered a Way to Destroy Cancer Tumors Using Nothing but Sound Waves

A recent breakthrough in high-intensity focused ultrasound therapy (HIFU) technology has proven its use as an effective cancer treatment. A multi-institutional research team from China developed...

New Study Says Cannabis May Help People Quit Smoking Crack

Cannabis may help decrease crack cocaine use, according to a new study conducted in Canada and released last month in the journal Addictive Behaviors. The...

DARPA Is Hacking The Human Brain To ‘Upload’ Skills Directly

In March 2016, DARPA — the U.S. military’s “mad science” branch — announced their Targeted Neuroplasticity Training (TNT) program. The TNT program aims to explore...

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The world's fifth largest economy —and possibly the first government in the world—is about to require solar panels for all new homes. The California Energy...

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A new law recently passed in France mandates that all new buildings that are built in commercial zones in France must be partially covered in...

Environmental Activists Are Being Killed At An Alarming Rate

In an exclusive report published earlier this month, the Guardian highlighted a disheartening and highly disturbing reality, one that reveals itself quite profoundly in the article’s opening paragraph: “Last...