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VOD: Bill Nye Tells You Everything You Need to Know about Climate Change

The millenial generation grew up receiving their science facts from a guy with neat curly hair and a wonderful array of bow ties. Many of us are adults now and “Bill Nye the Science Guy” has long been off the air, but that doesn’t stop that magical man of science from trying to save the world anyway. In this YouTube video Bill describes what climate change is, how we got here and what we need to do to stop it.

“This climate science is no longer a matter of opinion, politics or dogma,” Bill says towards the end of the video. By the time the current population of children reaches middle age the human race’s carbon dioxide production will be double the earth’s natural carbon cycle – yet we are already seeing the hazardous effects through higher temperatures and more extreme weather. If we act now we can prevent things from getting worse but we are dangerously approaching the point of no return where we will be forced to recognize a new normal of extreme weather and unbearable temperatures. Why would we ever let that happen when there are so many clean energy sources being made available to us? That’s a question we should probably be taken more seriously.

Did you know this about climate change? Have you tried replicating Bill’s simple experiment? Let us know in the comments below!

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C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

In the last 100 years there have been several significant non-scientific, non-humanitarian, ultimately evil attempts by certain egocentric groups to control life and death according to the beliefs of these groups, often supported by the government!


"Eugenics was practiced around the world and was promoted by governments, and influential individuals and institutions. Its advocates regarded it as a social philosophy for the improvement of human hereditary traits through the promotion of higher reproduction of certain people and traits, and the reduction of reproduction of certain people and traits.[6] Today some regard it as a brutal movement which inflicted massive human rights violations on millions of people.[7] The "interventions" advocated and practiced by eugenicists involved prominently the identification and classification of individuals and their families, including the poor, mentally ill, blind, ‘promiscuous women’, homosexuals and entire "racial" groups–such as the Roma and Jews–as "degenerate" or "unfit"; the segregation or institutionalization of such individuals and groups, their sterilization, their "euthanasia", and in the worst case of Nazi Germany, their mass extermination.[8] The practices engaged in by eugenicists involving violations of privacy, attacks on reputation, violations of the right to life, to found a family, to discrimination are all today classified as violations of human rights.

The modern field and term were first formulated by Sir Francis Galton in 1883,[10] drawing on the recent work of his cousin Charles Darwin. From its inception eugenics was supported by prominent people, including Margaret Sanger, Marie Stopes, H. G. Wells, Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Emile Zola, George Bernard Shaw, John Maynard Keynes, William Keith Kellogg, Winston Churchill, Linus Pauling[11] and Sidney Webb.[12][13][14] Its most infamous proponent and practitioner was however Adolf Hitler"

THE ABOVE WAS TAKEN FROM Wikipedia, with some spellings corrected!


"For forty years between 1932 and 1972, the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) conducted an experiment on 399 black men in the late stages of syphilis. These men, for the most part illiterate sharecroppers from one of the poorest counties in Alabama, were never told what disease they were suffering from or of its seriousness. Informed that they were being treated for "bad blood," their doctors had no intention of curing them of syphilis at all.

"The United States government did something that was wrong-deeply, profoundly, morally wrong. It was an outrage to our commitment to integrity and equality for all our citizens. . . . clearly racist."

-President Clinton’s apology for the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment to the eight remaining survivors, May 16, 1997.


"Scheflin and Opton in The Mind Manipulators state that 100,000 people received lobotomies between 1946-1955, with half of the operations occurring in the U.S.

The lobotomy victim’s "sacrifice" was substantial. Psychiatrists Franz Alexander and Sheldon Selesnick noted that through psychosurgery:

"an area essential to the human being – his personality – is forever destroyed".

"Psychiatry’s only and entire approach has been the application of force to a human being, whether this force be physical (involuntary commitment, straight jackets, restraints, abuse, torture, brain surgery), electrical (ECT, shock treatments), or biochemical (drugs). The aim is always to alter behavior, forcibly, with no appeal to the person themselves – their mind, thoughts, feelings, hopes, dreams, goals, intentions, responsibility or desires are ignored and even largely denied by modern psychiatric theories and methods."


With the assistance of schools  psychiatrists and physicians are insisting that a remarkably high percentage of young children be placed on drugs that alter their brain and personality, sometimes for life.


Huge numbers of Americans are bulldozed by arrogant physicians into taking statin drugs, threatened often with tales of doom.  I have seen scores of individuals who have developed severe peripheral neuropathy (their physicians refused to admit that it could be due to statins), muscle pain and weakness and memory loss. There are many safe alternatives to controlling cholesterol problems but the overwhelming percentage of physicians criticize and intimidate patients who do not wish to take statins.


Patients with cancer are urged to have chemotherapy and given stern warnings of death without them.  Despite this, to take just one example, malignant brain tumors, there is no published evidence that chemotherapy prolongs life. Indeed one overview states that for cancer in general the prolongation of life is an average of 4 months! Hodgkin’s is one of the few exceptions. Radiation does prolong life in many situations..

The reason for this brief overview of Medical Tyranny is a recent case in Minneapolis, that of Daniel Hauser, which has engendered national attention.  Physicians have determined that THEY are the complete and final judges and ultimately prosecutors, with the power of the local prosecutor and a judge to force treatment on a 13 year old boy who has Hodgkin’s lymphoma.  The mother has taken the boy away and is the subject of a nationwide witch hunt to imprison her and force the boy to have chemotherapy, despite the objections of the parents and the boy.  The question is NOT whether the therapy has a high likelihood of success.  Medical literature supports their claim of a 90% likelihood of success although there is also at least as good evidence that it is only about 82%–still better than with any other malignancy.

For each of the following factors, the prognosis is reduced by 7%

Age >= 45 years

Stage IV disease

Hemoglobin < 10.5 g/dl

Lymphocyte count < 600/µl or < 8%


Albumin < 4.0 g/dl

White blood count >= 15,000/µl

Of course the boy is male so we can assume that his prognosis is at best 75 to 83%, NOT 90%  as claimed by the Medical Tyrranists.  Further there are serious COMPLICATIONS of chemotherapy

Death from the treatment—2-3%

Significant other tumors later in life


Significant increase in early cardiovascular disease

What is the true lifelong cure rate?  This is no more known than the cure rate with alternatives.  The THEY who consider themselves GOD in making the demands for chemotherapy even state that the survival rate without chemotherapy is 5%. I suspect that it is far higher when appropriate alternatives are used. And most of them are safe! For instance:

Intravenous high dose vitamin C-up to 100 grams daily.  I have seen tumors the size of an orange disappear within 2 weeks

Vitamin D 3 in adequate doses prevents about 90% of all cancers.

There is good evidence for remission of some cancers with D3  therapy

Colloidal silver may be of benefit, even intravenously

Insulin potentiated chemotherapy.  Minute dosages of

chemotherapy work just as well, when potentiated by lowering blood sugar with insulin.  Far less dangerous!

Spiritual healing sometimes leads to miraculous healing.

Far beyond the medical statistics is ultimately legality and moral/ethical issues.  Parents are responsible for the welfare of their children. Under what Constitutional law is it proper to FORCE treatment against the will of the parents and child?  A 12 year old in most religions is considered mature enough to become confirmed.  To me and many ethicists and spiritual authorities, forcing treatment is just another example of Medical Tyranny!  The current Tyrannists do NOT have the 100% certainty they imply as their right to force therapy!

International Day of Peace

Today-Sunday 21 Sept 08 is International Peace Day I think as named by
the UN several years ago. I believe back when I was in high school I
used to hear about it and we used to have a special morning service for
it. For Trinis reading this blog I went to St. Augustine Girls’ High
School(SAGHS)- Per Ardua Ad Astra in worship and in class and play! For
those non-Trinis it is a seven year government assisted all girls
Presbyterian school that is considered to be top tier like the top 5%
of girls writing the national entrance exams get into it. You go to
high school in Trinidad from age 11 to 18 or about. But yep I think in
SAGHS we used to have special services to mark it…But really post my
SAGHS days I’ve not heard much or done much in terms of International
Peace Day. I know my current employer, the first permanent employer
ever and also my current employer (I’ve been with them almost 10 years
now!). Well, it (my current employer) is big on marking Earth Day so I
always hear bout that but nope not Peace day. I’ve not thought but
Peace Day since high school! Until this year and I’ve been bombarded
with it! Funny being bombarded with Peace day initiatives! 🙂

yep this year marks the first year Im on facebook for Peace Day as I
joined in Oct 07 and I’ve since been involved with candle4tibet efforts
and the same candle4tibet people- David Califa et al have joined forces
with Gordon Millar and others to form iPeace of which I’m also a
member. I dont mean to sound sarcastic cause I really respect all David
Califa and others are doing and from all my interactions so far with
David he seems like a lovely person! However I don’t agree with all his
methods and I really think there is no point in bombarding people to
join a thing cause yea there is strength in numbers and I appreciate
that we need numbers in democratic societies to make changes happen as
normally you need x number of signatures on a petition say to get the
powers that be to listen and enforce them. And most bodies ask to see
the numbers and your ability to affect change is seen by the numbers
you have follow you. But I find…what is the point of having a bunch
of people if they were pushed into joining as oppose to having a
smaller number who find true meaning in joining? My point is the
quantity is great but the quality is what really matters. And also
having a large number of people join a group is one thing but what
happens next with the following is what is even more important. And
also just as they say there is strength in numbers there is also as
they say the power of one. So numbers doesn’t always matter with causes
do they?

That said I continue to be a member of iPeace and
candle4tibet and I urge others who truly believe in these causes to
join them on http://ipeace.ning.com and http://candle4tibet.ning.com

a personal level this has therefore been a very different International
Peace Day for me in many years as it is the first time since high
school I’ve really even recognized it. I’ve been involved in the Peace
Intention Experiment and did the final intention experiment with that
group today around midday. This group’s peace intention site is http://www.thepeaceintentionexperiment.com and they also have on going intention experiments that come off of their main site http://www.theintentionexperiment.com
. It was done to try to bring about reduction in violence in Sri Lanka.
To be honest don’t know how much impact it is having as this week
marked teh biggest increase in violence in Sri Lanka in a long time
from what I heard on the BBC World Service Radio but I’m not judging
the experiment and from what I read on their site several well known
scientists are part of the experiment and I hope they will be able to
look at the results and report on the findings to us soon. But it is a
very interesting idea and concept no doubt and I hope in the future
more can come of it. Also it was a pleasure to try this experiment out
and a very moving experience for me. Especially interacting with all
the other experimenters post experiment on http://theintentionexperiment.ning.com

the interim with all these things being tried on the global level where
we as individuals with the assistance of modern day technologies and
social networking sites can now take part. There still remains the need
for peace on the national level and the family level and most
importantly within. So as the day is about to come to an end I would
like to spend five minutes in quiet reflection on my own peace of mind
and peace within and ask all my readers to do the same. And as I
remember praying in my primary school(age 5 to 11)- Mc Bean Hindu
School: Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti…Hari Om!


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