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Warning: A ‘Shrinking Window’ of Usable Groundwater

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Source: therevelator.org

New analysis reveals that we have much less water in our aquifers than we previously thought — and the oil and gas industry could put that at even greater risk.

by Tara Lohan

We’re living beyond our means when it comes to groundwater. That’s probably not news to everyone, but new research suggests that, deep underground in a number of key aquifers in some parts of the United States, we may have much less water than previously thought.

“We found that the average depth of water resources across the country was about half of what people had previously estimated,” says Jennifer McIntosh, a distinguished scholar and professor of hydrology and atmospheric sciences at the University of Arizona.

McIntosh and her colleagues — who published a new study about these aquifers in November in Environmental Research Letters — took a different approach to assessing groundwater than other research, which has used satellites to measure changes in groundwater storage. For example, a 2015 study looked at 37 major aquifers across the world and found some were being depleted faster than they were being replenished, including in California’s agriculturally intensive Central Valley.

McIntosh says those previous studies revealed a lot about how we’re depleting water resources from the top down through extraction, such as pumping for agriculture and water supplies, especially in places like California.

But McIntosh and three other researchers wanted to look at groundwater from a different perspective: They examined how we’re using water resources from the bottom up. More

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TS Radio Network: Betrayed by Hospice w/guest Carol Herman of F.A.T.E.

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Vaccine Realities that Big Pharma Doesn’t Teach Us Doctors (or our Patients)

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 Duty to Warn

By Gary G. Kohls, MD

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And Why America’s Mandated Over-vaccination Schedules are Unsafe and of Questionable Usefulness

“In 1986 a US law was passed that protected vaccine maker’s from ever being sued in a regular court regardless of how many babies or children were injured or killed from the aluminum, mercury (aka Thimerosal), formaldehyde, aborted fetal cells, deadly peanut byproducts, cells of pigs, cows, monkeys, dogs, insects, MSG (monosodium glutamate), ether and other toxins that make up normal vaccines. At that time 1 in 10,000 children had Autism. Children went from 7 vaccines to more than 70. Today as many as 1 in 25 boys over age 12 has autism-which is really a term to hide the real condition: vaccine-induced encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) and 1 in 5 high school kids have ADHD, Tourette’s syndrome, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes and cancer has gone sky high. No vaccine is ever looked at for its ability to cause cancer-surely not the combination of vaccines and cancer is now the leading cause of death ion little children. There is a federal Vaccine court that has paid 3.3 BILLION dollars to families bright enough to learn the system and were able to prove that the autism was from the vaccines.” — Shelley Tzorfas, author of Recovering Autism, ADHD, & Special Needs

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Over the several decades since I really started studying vaccine issues in some depth – much too late for many of my vulnerable patients – I have come to see through the pervasive Big Pharma/Big Vaccine/Big Medicine propaganda that falsely and repeatedly asserted that all vaccines are safe, effective and necessary for the public health. More

The Silver Standard: Is That Really What You Voted For?

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Finally! News you can use for seniors!

From the Editor’s Desk

 

In most states, if a son, a daughter, or a caretaker:

locks Mom up in her bedroom, blocks her access to the telephone, withholds her personal mail, and refuses to allow her to see her friends and members of her family, that’s a crime, and the perpetrator(s) may be criminally charged, tried, and convicted of elder abuse. But, if Mom is under guardianship, and her guardian forces her into a nursing home against her will and the will of her family, denies Mom a phone, and isolates her from her friends, family, and loved ones, that’s considered “care.”

Guardians currently have the power to isolate the very people whose lives they are supposed to be caring for and protecting. They can do this without the knowledge of the court and without having to justify their actions. In fact, isolation provides an effective and commonly used weapon to wield against any family member who complains about a guardian or the guardian’s decisions.

When a professional or private guardian abuses a person under his or her control, defining it as “protection,” that guardian is immune or quasi-immune from prosecution.

Much to their credit, every member of both the Rhode Island Senate and House of Representatives voted yea to the NASGA~Falk Coalition bill criminalizing wrongful isolation and expanding the definition of “caretaker” to include court-appointed guardians and conservators as well as attorney-in-fact.  This was an absolutely huge step forward in the protection of Rhode Island’s current and future senior population, which is the 11th highest in the country at 16.8 % of their total population.

The bill then went to the desk of Governor Gina M. Raimondo, who after some tweeting in her ear by some of her favored “special interest” birdies, chose to veto the bill.

Those birdies were: More

A Board-Certified Internist’s Response to the New York Times Editorial Board’s Recent Opinion Piece That Exposed Both the Board’s Horrifying Ignorance About America’s Over-vaccination Epidemic

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Duty to Warn

 Submitted by Dr Gary Kohls, MD

Even though it is likely that most mainstream editors and publishers will forbid any of their journalists to write about this very important, well-documented issue (which endangers the health of the world’s humans), I nevertheless submit it to a select list of journalists. Please study it carefully (and ethically). It is surely NEWS THAT’S FIT TO PRINT (except perhaps for Big Media outlets like the NY Times, it appears).

Though neither one is good, allowing Big Pharma/Big Medicine to pollute our children’s (and also adult’s) bodies and brains (the internal environment)with known neurotoxic substances, the reality of over-vaccinating humans (especially babies) is worse in many ways than “just” allowing multinational mining corporations, in league with both our elected representatives and our appointed (DNR, PCA, EPA, Forestry, etc) officials, to pollute our external/natural environment with water-endangering, sociopathic, polluting, foreign corporations such as PolyMet/Glencore, Twin Metals/Antofagasta, all of which will be above the law if and when environmental catastrophes happen like they did at the now closing copper mine at Mount Polley, British Colombia, at the Samarco mine in Brazil, etc, etc,. Gary

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“Yet they are rarely told that their immunocompromised child might actually develop measles due to being vaccinated (!) with the attenuated, live viruses that are in the vaccine or catch the measles from a newly vaccinated classmate who could easily shed the contagious vaccine viruses for weeks after the shot..”

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A Board-Certified Internist’s Response to the New York Times Editorial Board’s Recent Opinion Piece That Exposed Both the Board’s Horrifying Ignorance About America’s Over-vaccination Epidemic and Its (Probable) Bias Toward Its Lucrative Big Pharma Investment Portfolios

By Guest Columnist Meryl Nass, MD – January 21, 2019 (1,600 words)

(Dr Nass justifiably suspects that the NY Times editorial board’s Opinion piece was ghost-written by some anonymous, well-paid medical communication company that is in the employ of Big Pharma. Read the original piece at: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/19/opinion/vaccines-public-health.html)measles, mumps

It is important to note that none of the NY Times editorial board members are either physicians or scientists. Therefore, none of them could have had any expertise in the true (non-corporate-influenced) science or true (non-corporate-influenced) history of vaccinology. The board member’s opinions therefore are similar to what the heavily-propagandized public has repeatedly heard from 1) Big Pharma; 2) Big Pharma’s wholly-owned subsidiaries, the CDC and the FDA; 3) Big Media (whose biased corporate advertisers are largely uber-wealthy pharmaceutical companies); 4) Big Pharma’s shareholders (who are benefitting from the vaccine industry’s soaring stock prices and dividends); and 5) Big Medicine (whose physicians and increasingly monopolistic clinics and hospitals profit enormously from more and more known-to-be-neurotoxic infant vaccines – which are now so numerous that they have to be injected into the tiny muscles of tiny infants in cocktail combinations that have never been tested for safety even in guinea pig labs!).

Here is how the New York Times’ Opinion piece began:

Opinion

How to Inoculate Against Anti-Vaxxers

The no-vaccine crowd has persuaded a lot of people. But public health can prevail. More

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