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Bill R Painter
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+Frank H I always wondered why they lost their science. Yes, it's written well with some references. I enjoyed it. 
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Nice to see someone against big tobacco.
Tobacco companies are killing electronic cigarettes.
Electronic cigarettes are a free market solution to the cancer and heart disease caused by tobacco. E-cig ingredient formulations can be regulated and made safe while tobacco smoking can never be safe. The heart destroying gases and carcinogens cannot be removed from tobacco. Our best solution to our tobacco disease problem is being attacked by non-smoking public officials who are mostly Republican and get tobacco financial support.
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The data released by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) includes the names of those who renounced their citizenship, but not their reasons for doing so. 
https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.federalregister.gov/2015-11213.pdf
A record number of Americans gave up their US citizenship in the first quarter of 2015, according to IRS data. This is blamed on the taxation of income earned outside the US, along with laws expanding…
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There is no escape from the TPP.
Australia: mandatory vaccines and the secret treaty of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
Connecting the dots
by Jon Rappoport | InfoWars | May 11, 2015 
http://www.infowars.com/australia-mandatory-vaccines-and-the-secret-treaty/


A campaign to pressure President Obama's administration to immediately make all secret trade agreements such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), public http://act.credoaction.com/sign/tpp_reveal_dems/


California Wants to be First State to Classify Unvaccinated Adults who Work with Children as Criminals
by California Coalition for Vaccine Choice, May 11, 2015
http://healthimpactnews.com/2015/california-wants-to-be-first-state-to-classify-unvaccinated-adults-who-work-with-children-as-criminals/
Via Robin Falkov
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Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert Latches Onto Loopy Jade Helm Conspiracy Theory, May, 5th, 2015
http://www.politicususa.com/2015/05/05/texas-congressman-louie-gohmert-latches-loopy-jade-helm-conspiracy-theory.html
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Gohmert Statement on Jade Helm Exercises excerpt:

Once I observed the map depicting ‘hostile,’ ‘permissive,’ and ‘uncertain’ states and locations, I was rather appalled that the hostile areas amazingly have a Republican majority, .... 
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He also fell for the Bush administration's official 9-11 conspiracy theory that asserted Saddam had weapons of mass destruction and was involved in the 9-11 terror attack. It was proven wrong.
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Are hallucinations a known effect of consuming fracking by-products (breathing/drinking/eating trace chemicals)?  Because there seem to be a lot of Texans acting strange lately.  :-\
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“It’s partly because preachers tell them that the Democratic Party is a godless party...It’s party because the Democratic Party is made up of a large number of African-Americans, and working class whites just won’t vote that way.”
Dr. Flynt points out that before the 1960s and 1970s, social issues such as abortion, gay rights and religion weren't talked about as much as they are today. As the years have gone on, social issues and their importance have mixed together with the economic issues of our time. In many southern states, Evangelical Christianity makes up the majority of the voters, most of them Republican. With the recent insurgence of the Tea Party movement into the national Republican party, religion and Christianity has made its way into the secular society of the United States. Today, more than ever before, religion has found its way out of the home and churches and into the public square, a place where religion was never intended to be when our founding fathers began to craft the United States constitution. Dr. Flynt makes a very important statement when it comes to Americans and their idea of the importance of their religion and its impact on society.
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+C. Marshall Jacquelyn Hello. I added you to my political circle. I noticed you went to the University of California in Berkeley. Great school!
I lived in Berkeley from 1988 to 1991.
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Thank you, Mr. Carter, not only for the work you do for the sake of our daughters, our granddaughters, and their daughters, but also for our sons, grandsons, and the whole of humanity. Thank you, to you and Rosalynn for creating The Carter Center. And thank you for living by example. You are a good and true man, and this world is a better place by your presence.
For most of his life, Jimmy Carter has been an advocate for human rights. In 1982, one year after leaving the Oval Office, the former US President and his wife Rosalynn Carter, founded ...
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Google Eart Pro is now free..
Before you can have the software you need to fill out a form on Google s official website.
https://geoauth.google.com/gev0/free_trial.html
Over the last 10 years, businesses, scientists and hobbyists from all over the world have been using Google Earth Pro for everything from planning hikes to placing solar panels on rooftops. Google Earth Pro has all the easy-to-use features and detailed imagery of Google Earth, ...
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+Toxic Reverend I don't know. We may have a problem with internment camps if the economy crashes and another occupy movement rises. We may be on the inside of a camp looking out...we won't need Google Pro.   : /
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One of developmental biology's most perplexing questions concerns what signals transform masses of undifferentiated cells into tremendously complex organisms, a process called ontogeny.
New research by University at Buffalo scientists, published last week in PLOS ONE, provides evidence that it all begins with a single "master" growth factor receptor that regulates the entire genome. ...

Organizing 'this cacophony of genes'
"We've known that the human body has almost 30,000 genes that must be controlled by thousands of transcription factors that bind to those genes," Stachowiak said, "yet we didn't understand how the activities of genes were coordinated so that they properly develop into an organism.
"Now we think we have discovered what may be the most important player, which organizes this cacophony of genes into a symphony of biological development with logical pathways and circuits," he said.
At the center of the discovery is a single protein called nuclear Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor 1 (nFGFR1). "FGFR1 occupies a position at the top of the gene hierarchy that directs the development of multicellular animals," said Stachowiak.
The FGFR1 gene is known to govern gastrulation, occurring in early development, where the three-layered embryonic structure forms. It also plays a major role in the development of the central and peripheral nervous systems and the development of the body's major systems, including muscles and bones. ...
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This week in 1925, John Scopes was arrested in Tennessee for teaching the theory of evolution, in violation of a Tennessee state law.  More events that occurred this week in #history.
West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney Kelly V. Landers recalls significant events that occurred this week in history.
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WELL, nobody blame you for thinking that you are an  "civilized" Ape but there are some folks out there who do  think God created them.
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We have a chance at stopping many of these injustices with the recording tech going on our police. Not because it's on our police, since they may turn it off, but because individuals wearing it can live feed out audio/video in real time insuring it's secured. Imagine a sophisticated hardware and software designed to consider property privacy settings. It's plausible we can record continuously throughout the day while portions are encrypted when we enter private properties. GPS can do that. We can't view the encrypted audio/video, but an accusation of illegal behavior can require a court to decrypt for review. This mobile recording technology could plausibly fix this judicial nightmare and deter crime. 

Hypnotherapy can help students develop study skills, interpersonal skills, develop a pro-education attitude, and much more. If applied for several generations in our public schools hypnotherapy could plausibly produce a strongly pro-education populace. Unfortunately the mobile recording tech is not yet robust enough to secure our children from abuses that may result from the open use of hypnotherapy in our schools. 

And the recording tech threatens the covert use of hypnosis our government employees need for domestic control. For national security reasons our intelligence people need the clandestine use of hypnosis for hypno-scripted event creation. The application of hypnosis in the field requires the handler (hypnotist) and the hypnotic process remain hidden. The personal security technology we need would capture the activity and place it in public domain.
 
The number of people exonerated for wrongful convictions actually broke a record high in 2014 with 125 #exonerations, including six people who were actually on death row awaiting execution.
An exoneration happens every three days in America. What this really says about our justice system
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Here are a few more examples of the accusation that hypnosis is used by government employees clandestinely.

http://kirbyferris.blogspot.com/
http://www.cchrstl.org/documents/terror.pdf
http://yasirferoz.blogspot.com/2014/01/hypnotism-in-terrorism.html
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His topics range from San Francisco police – who at one point attempted, unsuccessfully, to sue Twain for comparing their chief to a dog chasing its tail to impress its mistress – to mining accidents.
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