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Artificial humans could make animal testing nearly obsolete

Procter & Gamble steeped in cruel animal testing of its consumer products, charge activist websites

New Chapter's new owner (P&G) steeped in animal testing and led by directors with ties to weapons contractors, Big Pharma, Monsanto, Chevron and more

Top cosmetic companies give in to greed and resume cruel animal testing, ...

Foraging 101: The universal edibility test

March 29, 2023 -

If SHTF and you lose your gear or run out of supplies, knowing how to conduct the universal edibility test can help you find wild herbs and plants that are safe to eat. (h/t to

The universal edibility test will guide you through a detailed process to determine which plants or plant parts are safe to eat.

While the test may seem tedious, doing each of these steps properly ensures that you can stay safe and avoid poisonous plants while trying new ...

EU funds test of biometric payments from digital wallets

December 21, 2022 -

(Article by Didi Rankovic republished from

The NOBID (Nordic-Baltic eID Project) has been chosen to head a multi-national consortium comprising a number of companies such as Thales and iProov, who are expected to start the pilot focusing on payments – one of four EU digital identity pilots – in March 2023.

“iProov is delighted that the NOBID consortium has been awarded funding and chosen to proceed with the pilot,” said Andrew Bud, founder ...

FRANKENFOOD ALERT: Piggy Sooy GMO soybean contains 26.6% animal protein

July 20, 2023 -

Moolec, the U.K.-based company that developed this Frankenfood, said that it spliced pig genes into conventional soya to create a soybean with 26.6 percent animal protein.

The exact pig genes used in Piggy Sooy are a trade secret. Because of genetic engineering, the interior flesh of the soybean is a rosy flesh color.

That's not all. Moolec is also working on a pea plant that produces beef protein. The company claimed that these transgenic hybrids will have a similar ...

Animal testing could end in America by 2035, announces EPA

August 28, 2020 -

The announcement garnered strong reactions from both scientific circles and animal rights groups. Those in opposition to animal testing applauded the EPA’s decision, citing the antiquated methods and inaccurate results of animal testing as grounds enough for the ban.

But scientists in support of animal testing blasted the decision, arguing that a ban nullifies its role in keeping dangerous chemicals from getting into consumer products. Others ...

Australia launches CBDC test program, complete with carbon credit trading

April 11, 2023 -

The Australian and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) reportedly partnered with Grollo Carbon Ventures (GCV) to launch the trading of so-called Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), which are tokens backed by "nature-based and real-world assets," according to Reclaim the Net.

There is already a "stablecoin" called A$DC that is paired with these ACCUs, which GCV can now purchase with real-time settlement through ANZ's smart contracts scheme.

A formal transaction already ...

Dried goji berry samples test positive for heavy metals, pesticides: INVESTIGATION

April 20, 2023 -

The Consumer Council tested 27 samples of dried goji berries, discovering that many of them contain heavy metals such as lead – and at concentrations close to the local limit in two different batches.

Another goji berry threat involves the use of pesticides, which were identified in a shocking 70 percent of the samples tested. The only silver lining is that pesticide levels were all within local and European standards – but this does not necessarily mean they are safe ...

Putin orders Russian fleet to conduct exercises for NUCLEAR launch test

April 18, 2023 -

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced the snap drills, which were held at the Port of Vladivostok facing the Sea of Japan. The exercises were held on the first anniversary of the sinking of the guided missile cruiser Moskva on April 14. The Slava-class cruiser was destroyed on April 14, 2022 amid the Russia-Ukraine war.

The war games were held to test the Pacific Fleet's readiness to stage a retaliatory nuclear strike on the West, according to the Sun. They ...

US Naval Research Lab begins first laser energy test in space

March 23, 2023 -

A bureau statement confirmed that the NRL had begun the Space Wireless Energy Laser Link (SWELL) on March 14. The test exhibiting laser power beaming was part of the Department of Defense's scheduled Space Test Program H9 mission to the International Space Station (ISS). (Related: NRL successfully transmits electrical energy using microwave technology.)

Launched aboard the SpaceX Dragon cargo vehicle to the ISS, the SWELL test will "collect data during a laser power beaming ...

COVID-related school closures cause DROP in reading, math test scores

October 25, 2022 -

Results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) – known as the Nation's Report Card – released Oct. 24 showed serious declines for fourth- and eighth-graders in both math and reading.

For math, the average score for fourth-graders decreased by five points (236) compared to 241 in 2019. Meanwhile, the average score for eighth-graders dropped by eight points (274) compared to 282 in 2019. "The average eighth-grade mathematics score was lower than all ...

Expert: RADIOACTIVE WATER from Fukushima nuclear power plant could cause ANIMAL MUTATIONS

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The warning came amid Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida approving a proposal by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) to release treated and diluted wastewater from the plant. TEPCO pushed through with the discharge of radioactive water from the plant on Aug. 24, unloading it in the Pacific Ocean.

But Dr. Timothy Mousseau of the University of South Carolina (USC) has expressed worry. According to the professor at USC's Biological Sciences Department, the Fukushima ...

Skin-rotting animal tranquilizer drug known as “tranq” spreads all over US

February 26, 2023 -

Xylazine is an animal sedative commonly used for livestock like horses and cows. The drug is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in animals. It is not safe for humans, and physicians have warned that people who overdose on xylazine do not respond to naloxone, or Narcan, a common treatment for reversing overdose cases. (Related: Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood in CRISIS due to widespread abuse of animal tranquilizer xylazine.)

The drug is commonly ...

Elon Musk’s medical device company Neuralink facing federal investigation over animal testing

December 08, 2022 - animal testing practices. Some have complained that pressure from Musk  to accelerate development has caused botched experiments and failed tests that need to be repeated, which is leading to additional unnecessary animal deaths.

Although it is not known if the federal investigation involves the same problems that employees identified in their interviews, records show that the company has killed around 1500 animals, including hundreds of pigs, monkeys and sheep, ...

Dr. Bryan Ardis: Engineered COVID virus contains DOZENS of synthetic animal venoms

November 07, 2022 -

Ardis based his conclusions from multiple studies in early 2020. At the time, most mainstream news outlets noted that snakes could be the original source of the coronavirus. This theory was later scrapped for what media outlets claimed was the more plausible source – bats. (Related: Researchers find dozens of venom peptides in blood plasma and fecal samples from COVID-19 patients, CONFIRMING link between toxins and COVID.)

Multiple teams of researchers from around the ...

Study reveals 40% of meat products test positive for antibiotic-resistant SUPERBUGS

April 25, 2023 -

The study found multidrug-resistant E. coli strains in 40 percent of beef, chicken, pork and turkey products for sale in shops across the country. The study also revealed that E. coli strains that can cause severe infections in people were "highly” prevalent in the tested meat products.

Experts warned that antibiotic resistance is reaching "dangerously high" levels globally.

Drug-resistant infections kill an estimated 700,000 people around the world annually. That ...

FDA rejects Elon Musk’s bid to test Neuralink brain implants in humans

March 07, 2023 - animal testing.

Neuralink brain chip implants to be tried on humans despite causing MULTIPLE DEATHS in animal trials.

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Pentagon investigating reports of UFOs turning off nuclear warheads, shooting test missiles

March 03, 2023 -

The pair of Air Force veterans told the Daily Mail that they recently testified before the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) about their experiences. An email showed that the office reached out to Robert Salas, a former Air Force ICBM launch officer, to collect information about an encounter he had with an orange flying disc that turned off 10 warheads at the Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana back in 1967.

Just after one of Salas’s security police guards called ...

EPA still refusing to test for toxic dioxins in East Palestine, Ohio

March 03, 2023 -

Local media outlet WKBN reported that the EPA is not going to test for dioxins even though the "controlled explosion" more than likely released the world's largest dioxin plume. (Related: Park animals all across Ohio are dying "at alarming rates.")

EPA Region 5 administrator Debra Shore confirmed that no dioxin testing will take place at the current time because her agency is unable to determine how many dioxins were present before the disaster to establish a baseline....

Scientists pressuring FDA to approve use of bioengineered animal organs in human transplants

January 26, 2023 -

One of the first-of-its-kind xenotransplants occurred in January 2022, when 57-year-old David Bennett, a man with late-stage heart failure from Maryland, received the heart of a pig.

Bennett was too sick to be eligible for a traditional human transplant, which is why a biotech company, United Therapeutics, genetically engineered the heart of a pig to reduce the risk of immune rejection. This heart was then transplanted into him.

The initial results of the operation ...

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