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Seawater – A Safe Blood Plasma Substitute? Seawater – A Safe Blood Plasma Substitute?

Date added: 04/18/2008
Date modified: 04/18/2008
Filesize: 41.78 kB
Downloads: 8754
By Dianne Jacobs Thompson. Diluted seawater contains almost the same concentration of minerals and trace elements as blood plasma, and its sodium content matches that of blood. It has been used successfully in animal tests as a blood transfusion substitute, but human trials are long overdue.

Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories 2006-2007 Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories 2006-2007

Date added: 04/17/2008
Date modified: 05/02/2008
Filesize: 96.23 kB
Downloads: 5880
By Dr Peter Phillips and the Project Censored team. As usual, the US mainstream media underreported many significan national and global news stories in the last 18 months that deserve wider attention.

Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2012-2013) Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2012-2013)

Date added: 02/17/2014
Date modified: 02/17/2014
Filesize: 381.52 kB
Downloads: 762

Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories
By Professor Mickey Huff and the Project Censored team. Following an extensive review process, Project Censored presents its list of the top 25 validated independent news stories of 2012–2013 which received no attention or only partial coverage in the corporate media.

Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2011-2012) Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2011-2012)

Date added: 03/20/2013
Date modified: 03/20/2013
Filesize: 154.24 kB
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Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2011-2012), Edited by Professor Mickey Huff and Project Censored. The Project Censored team has selected and judged the most significant American and international news stories of 2011–2012 which were reported in the alternative media but deserved much more attention in the mainstream.

Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2008-2009) Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories (2008-2009)

Date added: 08/10/2010
Date modified: 08/10/2010
Filesize: 130.28 kB
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By Project Censored.  The research team at Sonoma State University, California, has compiled its annual list of the 25 most important news stories of the last 18 months (2008-2009) that received little attention by the US corporate media.

PROJECT CENSORED'S TOP 25 NEWS STORIES PROJECT CENSORED'S TOP 25 NEWS STORIES

Date added: 12/02/2010
Date modified: 12/02/2010
Filesize: 355.01 kB
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By Project Censored.   This selection of the 25 stories most underreported by the mainstream media in the last 18 months is headed by plans to replace the US dollar.  If the plans were to proceed, there would be huge ramifications for America's global economic and military domination.

Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories

Date added: 02/17/2012
Date modified: 02/17/2012
Filesize: 223.04 kB
Downloads: 5803
By Project Censored.  The editorial team from Sonoma State University has undergone the exhaustive process of evaluating the most important American and global news stories of 2010–2011 that received scant media attention.

Power Struggles and Murders in the Vatican Power Struggles and Murders in the Vatican

Date added: 11/30/2011
Date modified: 11/30/2011
Filesize: 155.76 kB
Downloads: 5677
By Philip Coppens. Evidence surrounding the 1998 killing of the new commander of the Swiss Guard overturns the Vatican's official version of events and raises questions about Opus Dei and masonic influences in the Curia and the activities of Eastern European spy networks.



Outer Space Security and Development Treaty 2011 Outer Space Security and Development Treaty 2011

Date added: 02/17/2012
Date modified: 02/17/2012
Filesize: 124.72 kB
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By Dr Carol Rosin and co-authors.  A new Outer Space Security and Development Treaty is proposed that would ban the use of weapons in space and recognise the reality of cosmic cultures and the opportunities for cooperation.

Nanotechnology:  The New Threat to Food Nanotechnology: The New Threat to Food

Date added: 12/03/2008
Date modified: 12/03/2008
Filesize: 123.48 kB
Downloads: 6579
By Georgia Miller and Scott Kinnear.
Hundreds of foods on the supermarket shelves now contain unlabelled nanotech-modified ingredients that have not been safety-tested for human consumption. Lobby your food authorities and choose organics!

Miracle Mineral Supplement:  An Integrated Therapy Miracle Mineral Supplement: An Integrated Therapy

Date added: 06/24/2009
Date modified: 02/19/2010
Filesize: 86.02 kB
Downloads: 8145
By Walter Last. Acidified sodium chlorite is a powerful antimicrobial that can reverse cases of malaria, blood poisoning and even cancer, but is best used in conjunction with other natural therapies that strike the right balance between oxidant and antioxidant actions.

Mind Control: The Ultimate Brave New World, Part 2 of 2 Mind Control: The Ultimate Brave New World, Part 2 of 2

Date added: 04/18/2008
Date modified: 04/18/2008
Filesize: 78.6 kB
Downloads: 6979
By Dr Nick Begich. New technologies to control the mind, change behaviour and even transfer thoughts for good or ill have been created using sound as well as external and internal electrostimulation of the brain.

Mind Control: The Ultimate Brave New World, Part 1 of 2 Mind Control: The Ultimate Brave New World, Part 1 of 2

Date added: 04/18/2008
Date modified: 04/18/2008
Filesize: 73.16 kB
Downloads: 7281
By Dr Nick Begich. Technologies for stimulating the brain and controlling the mind can have benefits, but they have a dark side that military and intelligence planners have been exploiting for decades.

Military Emergency in the Gulf of Mexico Military Emergency in the Gulf of Mexico

Date added: 08/10/2010
Date modified: 08/10/2010
Filesize: 127.98 kB
Downloads: 11295
By "Opening Poster" via Godlike Productions.  As the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster unfolds, bizarre things have been happening since late June with intense submarine, ship and aircraft activity and the capture of a weird organism.

Junk Pet Food Junk Pet Food

Date added: 04/18/2008
Date modified: 04/18/2008
Filesize: 55.8 kB
Downloads: 4645
By Dr Tom Lonsdale. Dogs, cats and ferrets fed a regular diet of processed food suffer from a range of cruel and debilitating diseases. Pet owners can improve their pets' health by feeding them a natural, chewy diet primarily of whole raw carcasses or at least raw meaty bones.

Junk DNA: Doorway to Transformation Junk DNA: Doorway to Transformation

Date added: 08/09/2012
Date modified: 10/25/2012
Filesize: 928.08 kB
Downloads: 7094
By Brendan D. Murphy. Far from being non-coding and useless, so-called "junk" DNA can interact with zero-point energy and the morphic field, affecting our consciousness and also responding to changes in our states of mind. It is even responsible for the emergence of language.

Is the Cause of Cancer a Common Fungus? Is the Cause of Cancer a Common Fungus?

Date added: 04/17/2008
Date modified: 04/17/2008
Filesize: 66.03 kB
Downloads: 9175
By Dr Tullio Simoncini. According to this hypothesis based on years of scientific and clinical research, the cause of cancer is infection by a common fungus, Candida albicans. The good news is that it can be treated with a powerful antifungal agent that can't be patented.

Induced After-Death Communication Induced After-Death Communication

Date added: 04/17/2008
Date modified: 04/17/2008
Filesize: 54.82 kB
Downloads: 5652
By Michael E. Tymn. An information processing technique developed by US clinical psychologist Dr Allan Botkin allows people to access and overcome grief and to communicate telepathically with departed souls on "the other side".

Identity Cards:  A Global Perspective Identity Cards: A Global Perspective

Date added: 11/04/2009
Date modified: 02/19/2010
Filesize: 122.93 kB
Downloads: 6139
By Nathan Allonby.  A coordinated agenda is being implemented worldwide to force every nation to adopt high-tech ID card systems and mega-databases to track their citizens' behaviours and movements.

Harry Oldfield's Amazing Imaging Technologies Harry Oldfield's Amazing Imaging Technologies

Date added: 09/23/2008
Date modified: 09/23/2008
Filesize: 81.6 kB
Downloads: 8253
By Evy King. The revolutionary imaging systems developed by biologist Dr Harry Oldfield offer practitioners a means of seeing the condition of a patient's bio-energetic field prior to diagnosis and treatment.

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