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Anti-Swine Flu Holy Water Dispenser
from Reuters --
Italian inventor has combined faith and ingenuity to come up with a
way to keep church traditions alive for the faithful without the
fear of contracting swine flu -- an electronic holy water dispenser.
The terracotta dispenser, used in the northern town of Fornaci di
Briosco, functions like an automatic soap dispenser in public
washrooms -- a churchgoer waves his or her hand under a sensor and
the machine spurts out holy water.
"It has been a bit of a novelty. People initially were a bit shocked
by this technological innovation but then they welcomed it with
great enthusiasm and joy. The members of this parish have got used
to it," said Father Pierangelo Motta.
Catholics entering and leaving churches usually dip their hands into
fonts full of holy water -- which has been blessed by a priest --
and make the sign of the cross. But fear of contracting the H1N1
virus has led many in Italy -- where some 15 people have died of
swine flu -- not to dip their hands in the communal water fountain.
Is Sugar Safe to Eat?
from WellnessResources.com --
should come as no surprise when a Monsanto product
poisons the earth and our food. Our planet has never recovered from
the forty-year Monsanto-led PCB contamination that was banned in the
U.S. in 1977. To this day environmental PCBs continue to degrade
into highly toxic furans and dioxins, wreaking all manner of human
health problems. The new case in point involves several aspects:
1) the bizarre alteration of the nature of food itself by splicing
viral, bacterial, and other life forms into the DNA of food (GMO
seeds and crops), and 2) the massive increase in the use of
glyphosate pesticide (Round Up), which is polluting the water, soil,
and food across the globe. Both issues are extremely problematic to
On September 21, 2009 a stunning shot was fired across the bow of
Monsanto and its new legion of "Frankenfood" sugar beet growers.
Judge Jeffrey S. White of the
Federal District Court in San Francisco said the Agriculture
Department should have done an environmental impact statement as
required by law. He said it should have assessed the consequences
from the likely spread of the genetically engineered trait to other
sugar beets or to the related crops of Swiss chard and red table
beets. He said that the potential elimination of farmerís choice to
grow non-genetically engineered crops, or a consumerís choice to eat
non-genetically engineered food constituted a significant effect on
the environment that necessitated an environmental impact statement.
The case is ongoing. Meanwhile, Monsanto is attempting damage
control during the second growing season of this genetic monstrosity
masquerading as food.
Half the refined sugar in the U.S. is from beets Ė and insiders say
the industry has quickly converted to the GMO "Frankenfood" beets,
estimating up to
95% of farmers are now using them. Beet sugar is
often mixed with cane sugar, meaning that unless a product lists the
ingredient as cane sugar or organic cane sugar then it now likely
contains GMO mutant beet-derived sugar.
Did a Time-Traveling Bird
TIME Magazine --
Sabotage the Collider?
Sometime on November 3, the super cooled magnets in sector 81 of the
Large Hadron Collider (LHC), outside Geneva, began to dangerously
overheat. Scientists rushed to diagnose the problem, since the
particle accelerator has to maintain a temperature colder than deep
space in order to work. The culprit? "A bit of baguette," says Mike
Lamont of the control center of
CERN, the European Organization
for Nuclear Research, which built and maintains the LHC.
Apparently, a passing bird may have dropped the chunk of bread on an
electrical substation above the accelerator, causing a power cut.
The baguette was removed, power to the cryogenic system was restored
and within a few
the magnets returned to their super cool temperatures. While most
scientists would write off the event as a freak accident, two
esteemed physicists have formulated a theory that suggests an
alternative explanation: perhaps a time-traveling bird was sent from
the future to sabotage the experiment. Bech Nielsen of the
Bohr Institute in Copenhagen and Masao Ninomiya of the
Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto, Japan, have
published several papers over the past year arguing that the CERN
experiment may be the latest in a series of physics research
projects whose purposes are so unacceptable to the universe that
they are doomed to fail, subverted by the future. Read more:
Edible Meat Grown in a Lab
on Industrial Scale
From the University of Maryland Newsdesk --
for NASA space missions have shown that small amounts of
can be created in a lab. But the technology that could grow chicken
nuggets without the chicken, on a large scale, may not be just a
science fiction fantasy. In a paper published in a
Tissue Engineering team of scientists, including University
of Maryland doctoral student
Jason Matheny, propose two new
techniques of tissue engineering that may one day lead to affordable
production of in vitro - lab grown -- meat for human
consumption. It is the first peer-reviewed discussion of the
prospects for industrial production of cultured meat.
"There would be a lot of benefits from cultured meat," says Matheny,
who studies agricultural economics and public health. "For one
thing, you could control the nutrients. For example, most meats are
high in the fatty acid Omega 6, which can cause high cholesterol and
other health problems. With in vitro meat, you could replace that
with Omega 3, which is a healthy fat.
"Cultured meat could also reduce the pollution that results from
raising livestock, and you wouldn't need the drugs that are used on
animals raised for meat."
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