Sri Lanka bans glyphosate herbicide to avoid kidney disease risk

Sri Lanka, the large island south of India, is home to more than 20 million people who are now saying “no” to Monsanto’s Roundup. Sri Lanka’s president has suddenly issued a ban on glyphosate herbicide, as new studies suggest that the chemical is a main culprit behind a growing kidney disease epidemic arising in agricultural workers in Central America.

Backlash immediately ensued from USA’s Monsanto, who retaliated, saying that the new studies are based on untested theories rather than hard data. But medical specialists and scientists involved in the study were quick to reveal just how Roundup wreaks its havoc on the kidneys.

Glyphosate is a catalyst for heavy metals like cadmium and arsenic, channeling toxins readily to the kidneys

According to the study,…

How to block nearly all the mercury in your diet using common, everyday foods

As part of my ongoing scientific research into heavy metals, elemental retention and metals capturing (see explanatory videos here), I have identified and documented anti-heavy-metals substances which have a remarkable natural affinity for binding with and “capturing” heavy metals.

Why is this important? Because much of the “scientific” community today is actually corporate-driven junk science that’s trying to poison you with mercury in vaccines, mercury in dental fillings, heavy metals in fluoride, GMOs, pesticides and more. It is extremely rare for anyone to actually spend time, money and effort to research how to REMOVE mercury from your body… and then publicly share that information in the interests of public…

First interactive mosaic of lunar north pole released

Scientists, using cameras aboard NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), have created the largest high resolution mosaic of our moon’s north polar region. The six-and-a-half feet (two-meters)-per-pixel images cover an area equal to more than one-quarter of the United States.

The images making up the mosaic were taken by the two LRO Narrow Angle Cameras, which are part of the instrument suite known as the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC). The cameras can record a tremendous dynamic range of lit and shadowed areas.

Web viewers can zoom in and out, and pan around an area. Constructed from 10 581 pictures, the mosaic provides enough detail to see textures and subtle shading of the lunar terrain. Consistent lighting throughout the images makes it easy to…