Smart Meter Companies Admit: We’re Spying On You

Smart Meter Companies Admit: We’re Spying On You

Smart meters are spying devices. Not breaking news? Likely not for those of us who have researched the issue for quite a long while, but an admission by those who make the devices is rather shocking. That is exactly what has happened, as SmartGridNews, a website supported by the high-tech meter industry, acknowledged that smart meters are gathering private information […]

You Would Never, EVER Want To Shop At These Supermarkets

You Would Never, EVER Want To Shop At These Supermarkets

Nunavut is the northernmost Canadian territory and by far the worst one to buy groceries in. When a bag of chips will set you back just south of $10, odds are it’s going to cost a pretty penny to buy the makings for something that would even resemble a healthy meal for your family. Citizens of the area are furious about the high, continuously […]

Biker Survives Rear-Ending Car by Vaulting on to Its Roof

Biker Survives Rear-Ending Car by Vaulting on to Its Roof

A biker in Belarus dodged death by an inch when his speeding bike slammed right into the back of a car. The rider vaulted right over the handlebars and landed on his feet on the roof of the car he ran into, a striking dashcam video showed. The video which looks like a movie stunt […]

CDC Whistleblower Reveals Cover-up Linking MMR Vaccines To Autism in African-Americans

CDC Whistleblower Reveals Cover-up Linking MMR Vaccines To Autism in African-Americans

Natural News is currently investigating a breaking story based on a CDC whistleblower stepping forward with shocking proof of an incredible cover-up. According to information available so far, it appears the CDC knowingly engaged in a medical conspiracy to deliberately hide from the public damning evidence about MMR vaccines causing a very large increase in autism among African-American babies.I’m […]

15 Craziest Things Seen on Google Earth‏

15 Craziest Things Seen on Google Earth‏

  You Sunk My Battleship   A sizeable shipwreck is on Wingate Reef off Sudan. The S.S. Jassim sank in 2003 and now is one of the largest shipwrecks visible. Stampede! Seeing a tremendous herd of water buffalo, possibly over 200, making a dash across the Kigosi Game Reserve in Tanzania is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. […]

Top 10 US Cities Running Out of Water

Top 10 US Cities Running Out of Water

The U.S. Drought Monitor has released new data on U.S. cities that are running out of water — and believe it or not, the top 10 spots are all located in California. Some of the worst drought conditions on record have left much of the Golden State grasping for moisture wherever it can be found. But for these […]

Scientists Create Transparent Solar Concentrator

Scientists Create Transparent Solar Concentrator

One of the biggest complaints about solar energy is that the setups aren’t very attractive. A team of material engineers at Michigan State University have developed solar concentrators that are completely transparent, which means they can be used on windows without disturbing the view or even on smartphone screens. The research was led by Richard […]

Should WHO Administer Blood From Ebola Survivors As Treatment?

Should WHO Administer Blood From Ebola Survivors As Treatment?

As of August 19, the 2240 suspected or confirmed cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in West Africa have resulted in 1229 deaths; though it’s feared that the numbers are underreported. The outbreak continues to grow and treatment options are somewhat limited, as there really aren’t any effective approved antivirals. The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering […]

How Our Brains Got Their Wrinkles

How Our Brains Got Their Wrinkles

Every new thing you learn makes a new wrinkle in the brain… at least that’s what we’ve been told all these years. Now, researchers examining how the exterior layer of our brains (the cerebral cortex) folds up say it’s because of a simple mechanical instability. The work was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this week. […]