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Modern dentistry dangers exposed by a dentist

(Natural News) Dental amalgam is made up of 50 percent mercury – a toxic heavy metal linked scientifically to neurological problems, kidney problems and infertility. In 1991, the World Health Organization reported that mercury fillings are the predominant cause of mercury exposure. So, the question remains: is YOUR dentist telling you the whole truth about your health? The American Dental Association (ADA) ...

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WATCH: Putin Says US Presidents are Puppets, ‘Men in Dark Suits’ Rule DC

In an interview with French publication Le Figaro, Russian President Vladimir Putin, called out the deep state bureaucracy that controls U.S. foreign policy, noting that U.S. presidents serve as little more than puppets for the ruling oligarchy. “A certain person may be e lected by the public on the basis of his merit and ideals – but rarely is this person able to formulate policy,” Putin explained. He then ...

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Monetary world accelerating their de-dollarization as ECB trades in dollar reserves for RMB

On June 13 the European Central Bank (ECB) confirmed that they had recently, and for the first time ever, sold 500 million euros worth of dollar reserves and used the proceeds to instead by the Chinese RMB. This move serves a two-fold purpose for the central bank as Europe has experiencing increased trade with China over the past few years, and trust and confidence in the dollar is waning as the world begin ...

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Our Last Hope for Peace With North Korea May Indeed Be Dennis Rodman

(ANTIMEDIA) —A short trip to North Korea that became a 17-month imprisonment is now over for Otto Warmbier, who was recently medically evacuated by the U.S. State Department while in a coma. He was serving a 15-year hard labor sentence for swiping a poster from a Pyongyang hotel. The University of Virginia student reportedly fell into a coma after contracting botulism and taking a sleeping pill following hi ...

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Robots with the Ability to Think and Feel Will Be among Us in 10 Years, Says AI Expert

Technology is advancing so fast it’s hard to keep up with the latest computer or smartphone, much less the latest AI intelligence. Could it be upon us? Could our machine counterparts be waiting right outside the doorway of the next decade? Science says… maybe. And there’s another pressing question at hand. Will our mechanical children rise up and wage war with us, a race of softer, more pliable entities? Sc ...

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Bad star rising: Sun’s twin ‘Nemesis’ could have caused dinosaur extinction

New research has offered evidence to support the theory that our sun was born with a non-identical twin named “Nemesis” and some astronomers are blaming it for the death of the dinosaurs. Scientists have long noted, and sought to explain, the phenomenon of stars having companions. Now a new analysis by scientists from Harvard and UC Berkeley suggests that nearly all stars are born with a twin. Our sun’s twi ...

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Long lost diary may hold key to unearthing ‘eighth wonder of the world’

In events reminiscent of the plot of an Indiana Jones adventure, two researchers believe the discovery of a historic diary may be the key to finding New Zealand’s mysterious Pink and White Terraces – the fabled ‘eighth wonder of the world.’ TrendsViral Made up of large mounds of silica deposits, the terraces were once a feature of the Lake Rotomahana region until a massive volcanic eruption at Mount Tarawer ...

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Two-Headed Porpoise Find is a First

June 14, 2017 A group of fishermen in the Netherlands made a historic catch when they pulled in their net and discovered that it contained a two-headed porpoise. To call the remarkable creature rare would be an understatement as it is actually the first time that such a porpoise has ever been found and is just the 10th known case of partial twinning seen in cetaceans. Thinking that keeping the jaw-dropping ...

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Video: 5 Incredible Quirks of History

June 14, 2017 In the annals of history, enormous events can sometimes be traced back to seemingly minor moments that unknowingly caused them to happen. YouTube user Dark5 has compiled a fascinating collection of decisions and accidents that initially appeared insignificant, but, in retrospect, actually changed the course of history. One of the more intriguing tales covered in the video is how, at the close ...

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Will the Fed claim today’s core retail sales miss as another ‘transitory’ data indicator as they prepare to announce next rate decision?

As the Federal Reserve begins their two day FOMC meeting on June 14, a major economic indicator was published today which showed that core retail sales declined for the month of May, and was the lowest print since January of 2016. This data also coincides with the first quarter announcement of only a .7% increase to the GDP, and the growing number of retailers and restaurants that are shuttering their doors ...

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Global Warming Researchers Cancel Trip Due to Severe Ice

A team of “global warming” scientists were forced to cancel an Arctic trip due to “extreme ice conditions,” which highlights how the advocacy against “man-made climate change” is actually a globalist scheme to weaken the US economy. The group of 40 scientists were onboard the CCGS Amundsen, a ship known for its icebreaking capabilities, but this time the ice proved too thick for the ship to break through sa ...

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For the First Time, Lawsuit Forces US Court to Review Fluoride Toxicity, Could END Fluoridation

Despite the overwhelming mass of scientific literature and studies showing the harmful effects of ingesting fluoride, those who question it or advocate for the cessation of fluoridated water are labeled as kooks, conspiracy theorists, and shouted down by the mainstream. Even when the mainstream admits it — as in the case of the highly publicized Harvard Study — people remain in denial about this most horrif ...

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