#GoodNewsNextWeek – Kitchen-Based Sharing Economy Cooking Up Change

Source: MediaMonarchy
James Evan Pilato
May 3, 2016

This week on #GoodNewsNextWeek: Romans sick of the corruption and crime cleaned up their own streets; a new startup aims to be the Airbnb of the coming kitchen-based sharing economy; and animals are learning how to dismantle their traps. Notes/Links:

Story #1: Scandal-Plagued Rome Becoming ‘Do It Yourself’ City

“Don’t concentrate on the finger or you will miss all that heavenly glory.”

Story #2: Kitchen-Based Sharing Economy Cooking Up Change

Story #3: Young Gorillas Seen Dismantling Poachers’ Traps For The First Time

#GoodNewsNextWeek Headlines: Cats At Japan’s ‘Cat Cafes’ Now Allowed to Stay Up Till 10

33 Abused Circus Lions Flown to New Home In South Africa

Community Fridge In Somerset UK Offers Free Food For All 🍎

Oregon Approves First Recreational Marijuana Licenses

8 Businesses to Open Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Hawaii

US House Unanimously Passed Bill Requiring Warrants For Email

Binney: NSA Is So Overwhelmed With Data, It’s No Longer Effective

Peruvian Farmer Wins Monumental Battle Against U.S. Mining Giant

#MorningMonarchy: Peruvian Farmer Wins Monumental Battle Against U.S. Mining Giant

Researchers Accidentally Make Batteries Last 400 Times Longer

#MorningMonarchy: Scientists Accidentally Create Batteries That Last A Lifetime

Playing Music to Babies Helps Brain Development

Breakaway Links Of The Week – 4/18/2016 – 4/24/2016

Zy Marquiez
April 24, 2016

We have quite a bit of outstanding information featured today, involving many different subjects.

From education, to economy, censorship, gardening, to big pharma and more, there’s something for everyone to dabble in.

Hope the week went well.  Have a great evening, and you all stay safe.

Mainstream Narrative Losing Influence: Books & Films Achieving Wild Success Regardles Of Being Blacklisted By The Pharma-Controlled Media
[NaturalNews.com | J.D. Heyes]

Amairikuhn Edgykayshun – DARPA Wants A Brain-Wave Reader In Every…
[GizaDeathStar.com | Dr. Joseph P. Farrell]

Without Fanfare, Financial Privacy Was Wiped out Last Week
[Source: TheDailyBell.com | Staff]

Vaccine Damage, The Hidden Truth
This is a must read.
[Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com | Jon Rappoport]

Ten Reasons Why BIll & Hillary Clinton Do Not Deserve A Third Term In The White House
Do we REALLY need ten? 
[Source: GlobalResearch.ca | Prof. Rodriguez Tremblay]

How Money From Pharmaceutical Companies Sways Doctors’ Prescriptions
An extensive, but illuminating read into the antics of Big Pharma.
[Source: Mercola.com | Dr. Mercola]

Amairikuhn Edgykashun – Pearson’s Planetary Vision – Global…
If Pearson’s gets their way…
[GizaDeathStar.com | Dr. Joseph P. Farrell]

Manufacturing Consent In Science – The Diabolical Twist
A salient read into understanding how the scientific priesthood works. 
[Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com | Jon Rappoport]

Pennsylvania Becomes 24thState To Legalize Medical Marijuana
A very positive development given how many people keep suffering in our corrupt for-profit medical system. 
[NaturalSociety.com | Julie Fidler]

Former NBC Boss Asserts His Grandson Damaged By Vaccines
More folks are realizing what others have known all along. 
[NoMoreFakeNews.com | Jon Rappoport]

Criminal Bankers & Icelandic Justice – F. William Engdahl
Quite a read into the inner workings of Iceland’s face-off with the Banksters. 
[TheNewsDoctors.com | F. William Engdahl

Tesla’s Wireless Broadcast Power System Vindicated
[GizaDeathStar.com | Dr. Joseph P. Farrell]

EXCLUSIVE:  Quaker Instant Oatmeal & Silk Non-GMO Soy Milk Found Contaminated With Alarming Levels Of Glyphosate Weed Killer…And They Are Not Even Genetically Modified Foods!
Extremely disturbing for myriad reasons. 
[NaturalNews.com | Mike Adams]

Monsanto’s Next Weed Killer Uses RNA And Its Far Worse Than RoundUp
And everyone thought Round-Up was bad…
[UndergroundReporter.org | Christina Sarich]

How & When To Transplant Your Seedlings

[Urban Farming] How To: Structure The Week
[UrbanFarmer | Chris Stone]

Common Sense Health – Homeopathy Officially Recognized By Swiss Government As Legitimate Medicine To Compete WIth Comventional Medicine
[NaturalNews | LJ. Devon]

#GoodNewsNextWeek: Women Are Winning With Weed

Source: MediaMonarchy
James Evan Pilato
April 5, 2016

This week on GNNW: An unlikely leader in open source research has 50 million articles for you; Women are winning with weed in the biggest growth industry in US; and a court has rebuked the cops use of stingray devices. Notes/Links:

Story #1: Student Put 50 Million Research Articles Online

Science Hub: Leading The Information Highway

Story #2: #GoodNewsNextWeek / #FoodWorldOrder / #MediaMatriarchy: @WhoopiGoldberg Eases Period Pain With New Cannabis Products

The Unlikely New Frontier Of Feminism – Marijuana 🌴

Women in Weed: How Legal Marijuana Could Be the First Billion-Dollar Industry Not Dominated by Men

In Oregon, Marijuana Advocates Make Their Next Move: Running For Office

Story #3: In Landmark Ruling, Court Condemns Use Of Stingray Devices

#GoodNewsNextWeek Headlines: Syrian Refugee Cat Makes His Way To Family In Canada

Bees To Get Pesticide Protection From Maryland

Newly Discovered Star Has An Almost Pure Oxygen Atmosphere

Breakaway Links Of The Day – 3/23/2016

Zy Marquiez
March 23, 2016

Here are the links for the day.  Everyone stay safe.

Brussels attack: the next step: bye bye Europe
[Source: JonRappoport’sBlog]

Former Goldman Employee Avoids Prison & Gets $5000 Fine For Stealing Fed Secrets
[Source: ZeroHedge]

Deadly Chemo-Drug Cost 4000 Times More Than Gold
[Source: GreenMedinfo]

Can The Market Handle Legal Marijuana
[Source: TheDailyBell]

#GoodNewsNextWeek – General Mills To Put Genetically Modified Food Labels On Its GM Cereals
[Source: Media Monarchy]

#GoodNewsNextWeek – Bacteria Eats Plastic In Breakthrough New Discovery

Source: Media Monarchy
March 15, 2016

This week on #GoodNewsNextWeek: Unilever settles Indian compensation case after viral video success; Newly discovered bacteria can eat the most common type of plastic; and Oregon’s labeling law the latest in ongoing GM salmon saga.


Story #1: Unilever to Pay Ex-Workers Compensation After Viral Video Success

NWNW Flashback: Indian Rapper ‘Overwhelmed’ by Success of Protest Song Against Unilever (Aug 2015)

Story #2: Newly Discovered Bacteria Can Eat Plastic

“A bacterium that degrades and assimilates poly(ethylene terephthalate)”

Story #3: Oregon Passes Mandatory GMO Labeling Bill for Transgenic Salmon 🍣🐟

The Status of Genetically Modified Salmon

#GoodNewsNextWeek Headlines: Big Pharma Frightened After New Study Shows Cannabis is a Highly Effective Antidepressant 🌴💊

Bill Passes to Allow Medical Marijuana Oil in Virginia

Another #GoodNewsNextWeek Miracle! 🌴 Taxes Generated By Colorado’s $1 Billion Pot Industry Keeping Some Towns Solvent

The Paralysed Man Who Can Ride a Bike

Marijuana myths go up in smoke: Study shows IQ, academic performance not impacted by cannabis use


Source: NaturalNews.com
L.J. Devon
January 16, 2016

Cannabis, a wonderful food-medicine, has been demonized for decades. No plant has ever been fraught with such extreme controversy. Police raids are conducted to seize and burn this plant and to lock growers away. Innocent people are shot and killed in their own homes because of the war on this plant.

Fraudulent and incomplete studies have attempted to darken people’s perspectives about this plant, but those who know it best, who have firsthand experience with it, understand that it’s harmless and actually healing. Cannabis use doesn’t lower a person’s IQ, as suggested by a widely publicized 2012 New Zealand study in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A separate review of that data, published in the same journal, proved that IQ changes were the result of socioeconomic differences and not cannabis use.

In fact, the demonized plant is actually beneficial for connecting the nervous system of the body with the immune system, helping the two systems communicate through the suppressed endocannabinoid receptors in the human body.

Marijuana myths going up in smoke

Cannabis isn’t making people stupid. New data published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology is making the myths surrounding cannabis use go up in smoke.

A group of 2,235 participants was first given the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children 3rd Edition at an individual clinic session when they were eight years old. When they turned 15, adolescents were administered the Vocabulary and Matrix Reasoning subsections of the Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence. At this point, the adolescents provided cumulative lifetime cannabis use data by reporting their cannabis use on a scale of, ‘never’, ‘less than 5 times’, ‘5–19 times’, ’20–49 times’, ’50–99 times’ and ‘100 times or more’. They also reported their cigarette and alcohol use on the same scale. At age 16, the adolescents’ educational performance was measured using Key Stage 4 national testing.

On the surface of the study results, it seemed that cannabis use caused lower educational performance. “Increasing cumulative cannabis use correlated with poorer educational performance at the age of 16 (p<0.001). Cannabis use of over 50 times predicted an average score of 11.6 percentage points lower than never-users.”

However, once the confounding factor of cigarette use was factored in, it suddenly became clear why educational performance fell.

The study finds, “Cumulative cigarette use was the key attenuator of the association between cumulative cannabis use and both IQ … and educational performance. Further, cumulative cigarette use remained negatively associated with both outcomes in the fully adjusted models. Those who had used cigarettes >100 times were estimated to have an age 15 adjusted IQ 3.2 points lower … and an adjusted educational score 7.4 percentage points lower … than never-users of cigarettes.”

“[T]hose who had used cannabis [greater than or equal to] 50 times did not differ from never-users on either IQ or educational performance,” the study concludes, pointing out that cigarette use is the main culprit behind lowered IQs and poorer academic performance.

Continue Reading At: NaturalNews.com

Do You Live in a State that is Likely to Legalize Marijuana by 2017?


Source: NaturalSociety.com
Christina Sarich
January 16, 2016

The legalization of marijuana remains a controversial issue as we head into another election year. Many publications, from Rolling Stone Magazine to 24-7 Wall Street, have made predictions about which states will likely legalize cannabis next. Will it be your state?

Much of the information posted has been based on wishful thinking and mainstream rhetoric, but now a 270-page report entitled “The Market for Legal Cannabis Products in the 50 United States” gives some credible predictions for which states will soon legalize marijuana. [1]

Foremost in the report is the assumption that Michigan and Nevada will be the front-runners for establishing a taxed and regulated cannabis industry within the next year, while suggesting that Indiana, Ohio, and Texas will probably be three of the last states to make similar reforms.

Continue Reading At: NaturalSociety.com

FDA to Approve Cannabis-Based Pharmaceutical for Multiple Health Conditions

Source: NaturalSociety.com
Christina Sarich
January 5, 2016

GW Pharmaceuticals is expected to be given a green light for a cannabidiol drug (marijuana-based medicine) which has shown promise in the treatment of epileptic children, cutting epileptic attacks down by as much as 100% (45% average). When will the Feds admit cannabis is a medical miracle?

In one breath the mainstream medical system has been telling us that ‘cannabis has no medicinal value,’ while the U.S. government has stealthily patented cannabinoid-based medicine which obviously shows that our government officials are well aware that cannabis can be extremely valuable from a medicinal standpoint.

The FDA will soon grant a license to GW Pharmaceuticals for treating patients with multiple sclerosis with a drug called Epidiolex. That’s odd, since the FDA has repeatedly said that marijuana is not ‘safe and effective’ for treating anything. [1]

Similar cannabis-based formulations created by GW Pharmaceuticals and other drug companies are expected to treat autism, muscular dystrophy, glioma, ovarian and pancreatic cancer and schizophrenia, as well as epileptics. Orders for this product are expected to grow 40 times over in the coming years. [2]

Obtained in 2003, one U.S. government patent (US Patent 6630507) titled “Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants” is assigned to The United States of America, as represented by the Department of Health and Human Services. The patent states:

“Cannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.

The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and HIV dementia.” [3]

Continue Reading At: NaturalSociety.com