“It’s not Jay-Z and Beyonce
It’s not Nicki or Lil Wayne
It’s not Oprah and Obama
The Pope or Rihanna
Queen Elizabeth or Kanye
It’s not pentagrams or witchcraft
It’s not trying to s-stack for cash
Black magic or Gaga
Gucci or Prada
Riding on a golden cat
The all-seeing eye is watching tonight
That’s what it is, truth and light
The all-seeing eye is watching tonight
Nothing to hide, secrets inside
It’s the enlightenment that started it all
The founding fathers wrote it down on a wall
And now the media’s misleading us all
Turn right into wrong
It’s time to dance and turn this dark into something”

Muslim births to outnumber Christians in 20 years: report

8th April 2017

The results, published by the Pew Research Centre in Washington, state births to Muslims between 2010-2015 made up an estimated 31 per cent of all babies born around the world.

This far exceeded the percentage of the world’s Muslim population in 2015 at 24.1 per cent.

The report also states that by 2060:

  • The Muslim population will grow by more than 1.2 billion.
  • The Buddhist population will decrease by 2.1 per cent.
  • Christians will make up 31.8 per cent of the world’s population.
  • The Jewish population will remains steady with an increase of 2.1 million.
  • Other religions outside major denominations will decrease by 290,000.

While the Christian population still represents the largest of any religious denomination at 31.2 per cent, the number of deaths outnumbers the births by four per cent.

The report explains the advanced age of Christians, particularly in Europe, has led to more deaths among the population.

It’s estimated by 2055-2060 that 70 per cent of babies will be born to either Christians or Muslims.


Source: https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/34949281/muslim-births-set-to-increase-and-outnumber-christians-report/#page1

Rare ‘amnesia cluster’ baffles doctors in Massachusetts


30th Jan 2017

SOMETHING very odd is happening in the US state of Massachusetts, where more than a dozen people have suddenly and inexplicably lost their memories.

Researchers at the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) say they are baffled by an “amnesia cluster” of 14 people.

The patients, aged between 19 and 52, were treated for “striking anterograde amnesia” — an “unusual” form of the syndrome — between 2012 and 2016.

People with this type of amnesia have trouble forming new memories and they often cannot recall events from the immediate past, such as something that has just happened to them, Live Science reported.

Doctors have so far been unable to work out what triggered the syndrome but the 14 patients have certain commonalities which could provide clues.

In their January 27 report, Dr Jed Barash, Dr Nick Sommerville and Dr Alfred DeMaria Jr note that each of them had either tested positive for drugs or had a history of substance abuse.

In nine of the cases, the patients were unconscious when they were brought to the hospital and experienced amnesia when they came to.

The other five individuals had been brought to hospital emergency after family or friends noticed they were experiencing severe memory loss.

Twelve of the patients had a history of using opioid drugs, including prescription painkillers or heroin. Many had also used other drugs, including marijuana, cocaine and amphetamines.

Despite the obvious health risks associated with these substances, they were not typically linked to the onset of anterograde amnesia, the report said.

Significantly, brain scans of all 14 patients revealed an unusual finding: MRI tests showed significantly reduced blood flow to a part of the brain called the hippocampus, which is important for memory formation.

Humans have two hippocampi, one on either side of their brain, and the patients in the report had reduced blood flow to both hippocampi. Sudden amnesia that’s tied to reduced blood flow to both hippocampi is rare, researchers said.

A handful of similar cases have been reported in the past, but these were stand-alones rather than clusters and were tied to exposure to a toxic substance, such as carbon monoxide, the report said.

Investigations are ongoing, with doctors being asked to be on the lookout for more cases to determine whether this new cluster “represents an emerging syndrome related to substance use or other causes” such as exposure to a toxic substance, the report said.



source: http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/rare-amnesia-cluster-baffles-doctors-in-massachusetts-us/news-story/e270943d4e4dd279eb39079ce84703a6

This Year’s Australian Census Won’t Be Anonymous


2nd Aug 2016

For the first time since its inception in 1911, the Australian Census in August this year will be forgoing the usual practise of destroying any identifying information of respondents. Since 2001 we have had the option of deciding if our identifying information can be retained. This year, we won’t get a choice.

This decision was actually quietly announced on the Australian Bureau of Statistics website on 18 December 2015.

“The Australian Bureau of Statistics has decided to retain names and addresses collected in the 2016 Census of Population and Housing in order to enable a richer and dynamic statistical picture of Australia through the combination of Census data with other survey and administrative data,” the site reads.

The ABS says that retaining the personal information will help gain “greater insight”. Examples given include education data providing insight into employment outcomes from different various educational pathways and health data helping to improve understanding and support of people who require mental health services.

“The retention of addresses will also support the ABS Address Register enabling more efficient survey operations, reducing the cost to taxpayers and the burden on Australian households,” the ABS states.

It says the decision to retain personal information was “informed by public submissions, public testing and the conduct of a Privacy Impact Assessment.”

To address the very real concerns of privacy that have been — and continue to be — raised, ABS says it is “committed to the protection of the privacy and confidentiality of everyone who completes the Census”.

A Privacy Impact Assessment was commissioned to identify considerations related to privacy, confidentiality and security and to put strategies in place to mitigate any risks.

“The Privacy Impact Assessment assessed the level of risk to personal privacy, considering the protections in place, as very low,” the ABS states. “The risks identified are mitigated by storing names and addresses separately from other Census data as well as separately from each other.”

“The risks are further mitigated by governance and security arrangements the ABS already has in place. These arrangements were found to robustly manage data, protect privacy and guard against misuse of information.”

Although keeping personal information from the census is within the confines of the law, the law also states that the ABS has to keep the data secure, making sure there is zero disclosure of identifying information about respondents.

“The ABS has been accredited as a safe environment for statistical data integration projects,” it assures. “The ABS will use well-established governance infrastructure and procedures to manage the approval, conduct and review of statistical data integration projects using Census data.”

The ABS says it will be removing names and addresses from other personal and household information after data collection and processing, storing them separately.

“No-one working with the data will be able to view identifying information (name and address) at the same time as other Census information (such as occupation or level of education),” ABS states.

“Senior-level committee” will have access to names and addresses, and the circumstances surrounding this access “will be subject to strict information security provisions”.

Regular audits of the privacy processes will be conducted, ABS says.

Information about how to access the Census Privacy Statement, which details ABS’s plans to retain and use names and addresses, will be available to all Census forms, via Census field officers, the Census Inquiry Service and the ABS website.

The ABS says it is “completely transparent” around the collection, protection and use of data.



Putin: Russia Is Ready To Show Proof That 9/11 Was An Inside Job

Ummmm…..We’re still waiting??? LOL  – Ivy Blake.



14th July 2016

Russian President Vladimir Putin has named the date he plans to release proof that the US government and intelligence agencies were responsible for the “controlled demolition” of the World Trade Centre in the 9/11 attacks.

Like a boxer confident in his own strength, Putin has been absorbing pressure from the US and biding his time, waiting for the right moment to strike.

The evidence is so explosive he knows he only has to hit once.

According to Kremlin insiders, President Putin has named September 11th 2016 as the date he plans to release the satellite footage proving conclusively the US government’s darkest secret: that the 9/11 attacks were a false flag terrorist event committed against their own citizens.

The US government’s secret terrorist activities at home and internationally will be exposed, undermining the credibility of the nation on the world stage, and proving that Putin is the only major world leader truly fighting terrorism and darker forces.

It is well known that Putin is a fan of synchronicity, but there is more to the September 11th 2016 date than a simple anniversary of the attacks. It is also the beginning of a politically volatile period in the US.

Do not forget: the US government’s darkest secret is also their biggest Achilles heel.

This blow will hit hard. There will be mass protests in the cities and irrepressible public anger that will lead to a popular uprising, culminating almost certainly in revolution. The government will be completely destroyed, and the new world order they support will be thrown into chaos.

2016 is the year Putin has vowed to destroy the Illuminati. The simple step of choosing the right moment to take advantage of the great American Achilles heel may well be his first step towards shaking up the status quo and fulfilling his promise.




Snitch Alert: Brandon Darby Will Filming Protesters with Cassandra Fairbanks


“If you know about someone planning violence at the RNC or DNC but are afraid to tell FBI, contact me. I’ll help. Bdarby@breitbart.com” ~ Brandon Darby June 27, 2016



Surveillance and infiltration by law enforcement, agents, and private contractors are par for the course during events like The RNC, so here’s a warning of two individuals who radicals, leftists, protesters, etc should stay far away from.

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Going To Church Could Help You Live Longer, Study Says

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17th May 2016

Many Americans say they attend church because it helps them stay grounded and gives them spiritual guidance. A new study suggests that regular attendance may also help increase their lifespan.

Researchers looked at data on nearly 75,000 middle-age female nurses in the United States as part of the Nurses’ Health Study. The participants answered questions about whether they attended religious services regularly every four years between 1992 and 2012, and about other aspects of their lives over the years.

The researchers found that women who went to church more than once a week had a 33% lower risk of dying during the study period compared with those who said they never went. Less-frequent attendance was also associated with a lower risk of death, as women who attended once a week or less than weekly had 26% and 13% lower risk of death, respectively.

Women who regularly attended religious services also had higher rates of social support and optimism, had lower rates of depression and were less likely to smoke. However, the researchers took into account these differences between churchgoers and non-churchgoers when they calculated the decrease in death rates of 13% to 33%.

Going to church could have a number of additional benefits that could, in turn, improve longevity, but the researchers were not able to examine them with the available data. Attendance could promote self-discipline and a sense of meaning and purpose in life, or it could provide an experience of the transcendent, said Tyler J. VanderWeele, professor of epidemiology in the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. VanderWeele led the new research, which was published Monday in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.

“Our study suggests that for health, the benefits outweigh the potentially negative effects,” such as guilt, anxiety or intolerance, VanderWeele said.

Most of the women in the study were Protestant or Catholic, so it is not clear whether a similar association would be found between religious service attendance and longevity for people of other Christian religions, Judaism or Islam.

The study also did not explore the association in men. Previous research suggests that male churchgoers also benefit, though their decrease in death rate is not as large as among women, VanderWeele said.

“There have been literally thousands of studies” looking at whether religion is good for your health, said Dr. Dan German Blazer II, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke University Medical Center. The findings have been mixed about whether aspects of religious devotion such as prayer and spirituality — such as reading the Bible or other religious literature — improve longevity.

“The one (aspect) that is significantly more predictive of good health is about religious service attendance,” said Blazer, who wrote an editorial about the new study in the same issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.

Most people report that they are spiritual, and it is possible that actually attending religious services is good for their health because they are taking actions that are in line with their beliefs, Blazer said. “You have a more integrated life in this sense.” However, this explanation is purely speculative, and studies have not explored this theory, he added.

The suggestion that attending religious services regularly could boost longevity has met with some criticism in the field. Other researchers have pointed out that the relationship could be due to other factors, such as the possibility that healthier people are more likely to go to church, perhaps because they are more mobile.

The main strength of the current study is that the researchers were able to look at whether participants reported attending religious services at several points over many years, making it easier to find out which came first, religious activity or disease and health outcomes, Blazer said.

Nevertheless, Blazer warns that it is important not to make too much of the new findings. “This study does not suggest that clinicians prescribe attending religious services as a way to be more healthy,” he said. It was not meant to assess going to church as an actual medical intervention.

On the other hand, the study does suggest that “clinicians who know their patients well and follow them over a period of time, like primary care doctors, inquire when it is appropriate about their religious beliefs and practices,” Blazer said. That way, if patients say that attending religious services is important to them, the doctor can help ensure that they maintain a good relationship with their church, temple or mosque.

This attitude about the place of religion in medical care is becoming more common among health care professionals and has been introduced into the curriculum of more and more medical schools, Blazer said.





source :http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2016/05/16/going-to-church-could-help-you-live-longer-study-says/

Climate Change will Stop Women from Wanting Sex

stupid shit

10th April 2016

Women don’t like to sweat while having sex, so they are less likely to have sex in warm weather, according to the latest climate health claim.

Climate change and your birthday: Is it too hot for sex?

Have you ever wondered why March is a busy birthday month?

A new study suggests Australians are more inclined to exert themselves between the sheets when they can avoid getting hot and sweaty.

Last month the Sunshine Coast had its most fruitful month to date, with a record 258 babies born at Nambour Hospital.

Women’s and Family Services acting director Keppel Schafer said the numbers were in line with the Sunshine Coast’s annual birth pattern.

And he said winter weather conditions were the reason behind last month’s baby boom.

“The ongoing trivia that we have amongst the trade is that it’s the first cool change that the coast experiences in June or July in the year before,” he said.

“That probably sees us very busy nine months later in the following March.

“I think there’s a bit more snuggling under the doona and then there’s a new baby in a bunny rug nine months later.”

Read more: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-09/climate-change-and-your-sex-life/7311702

All I can say is, thank goodness for alcohol, swimming pools, ceiling fans and air conditioners. Otherwise we warm climate Aussie men would never get lucky.