Pilot: ‘Portable light-emitting devices’ impact health – study / Hello, again, world!

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There is a study that portable light-emitting devices have impact on health. Kaya papa kung minsan, hirap among matulog.

The only two (2) devices I have right now is my latest generation of iPod touch, and my Android-powered MyPhone.

Read the article from the website of Rappler. And watch the video from the website of Newsy.

I learned about the article from Rappler a few minutes ago from their Facebook fan page , while I learned about the video between 12 PM and 1 PM.

Hello, again, world.

Starting today, all my previous post had been deleted. And some of my previously published posts, will be republished soon.

And also, I will also maintain appearance of this blog of mine.

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Ebola Cover Up: CDC Monitoring 1,400 Active Cases: “Government Effort To Control The Message”



By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com

Though it’s taken a backseat to Ferguson and the Sony hacking story, the Ebola virus remains a threat in the United States.

According to Fox News Channel’s investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, who recently reached out to the Centers for Disease Control, the agency is still very much involved in monitoring individuals for the deadly African-borne virus. The problem, says Attkisson, is that the CDC is covering up the numbers, presumably to minimize panic across the United States.

Attkinson says that following the appointment of Ebola Czar Ron Klain media involvement became almost non-existent because the government stopped releasing statistics and granting interviews in an effort to control the news.

The infectious disease experts I consulted were and remain very concerned about this because if it gets out of control in this country because we will not be able to deal with it.

A lot of the media coverage…

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The Fukushima Endgame: The Radioactive Contamination of the Pacific Ocean


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Nuclear radiation resulting from the March 2011 Fukushima disaster –which threatens life on planet earth– is not front page news in comparison to the most insignificant issues of public concern, including the local level crime scene or the tabloid gossip reports on Hollywood celebrities.

The shaky political consensus both in Japan, the U.S. and Western Europe is that the crisis at Fukushima has been contained. 

The truth is otherwise. Known and documented, the ongoing dumping of highly radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean constitutes a potential trigger to a process of global radioactive contamination. 

This water contains plutonium 239 and its release into the Ocean has both local as well as global repercussions.  A microgram of plutonium if inhaled, according to Dr. Helen Caldicott, can cause death:

Certain isotopes of radioactive plutonium are known as some of the deadliest poisons on the face of the…

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White Christmas in the Cards for Rockies, Midwest


By Kristina Pydynowski – AccuWeather

While prospects for a white Christmas are grim along the I-95 corridor, many communities from the Great Lakes to the Rockies should be able enjoy a snowy scene for the holiday.

Travel nightmares await millions through Christmas Eve as a complex winter storm crosses the nation with another storm to push into the Northwest and Rockies from Christmas Eve into Christmas Day.

For those without travel plans, children and the young at heart, the benefit of the storms from the Great Lakes to the Rockies will be to produce a blanket of snow just in time for Christmas.

White Christmas Chances Grim for I-95, Diminishing for New England

Snow fell over much of northern New England on Tuesday. However, the potent storm set to sweep through Christmas Eve and the morning of Christmas threatens to greatly diminish or totally erase this snowpack.

The Northeast will…

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How Do You Know If You Have Been Hacked?


big hackedBy Cache Valley Prepper – SurvivoPedia

Whether or not you have been hacked depends on your definition of “hacked.” In the broadest sense, it means that some of your sensitive information has been compromised … that a hacker or identity thief has gained access to some of your data or network resources such as camera or printer. If this is your definition of “hacked” I imagine nearly everyone reading this article has been hacked.

In just a single incidence of mega-hacking, hackers gained root level access to over 19 servers at JP Morgan Chase, compromising the information of approximately 76-83 million households and 7 million businesses for weeks! As of 2009, only about 110 million US households had bank accounts, so about ¾ of US households were affected.

Chase is not some hayseed bank. Chase underpins the global banking infrastructure. Worse than the fact that some of your information was…

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