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Coronavirus Hits 15% Fatality Rate, 83% Infection Rate for Those Exposed; Lancet Publishes Early Study That Points to Alarming Consequences for Humanity

The U.S. news media is currently running about one to two days behind the Chinese media in covering the bombshell revelations surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Natural News has Chinese-speaking investigators on the ground in Taiwan, and they’re scanning the Chinese media for the most important announcements. Earlier today, the Taiwan media began reporting on a new mainland Chinese study that specifically looked at the individuals involved in this Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. We have a partial translation and link below. According to this news, which is widely circulating in the Taiwan press and is based on a study published in The…

Bees Absolutely Love Cannabis & It Could Help Restore Their Populations

New research out of Cornell University that’s been published in Environmental Entomology, shows that humans aren’t the only fans of cannabis. The recent findings also compliment a study published last year at Colorado State University that discovered the same thing, that bee’s love cannabis. The recent legalization of hemp in the United States seems to be having a very positive effect on multiple bee populations. The Cornell study states: We identified all bee visitors to the species level and found that hemp supported 16 different bee species. Landscape simplification negatively impacted the abundance of bees visiting hemp flowers but did not affect the species richness…

Scientists Crack Secrets of Ginkgo Trees’ Near-Immortality

A new botanical scientific study on ginkgo trees highlights the species’ hyper-charged defenses and apparent escalation towards “immortality.” Native to China, G inkgo biloba , also known as the maidenhair tree, is the only living tree in the Ginkgophyta group and it appears in fossils dating back 270 million years. According to an entry on Red List , the tree was widely cultivated in early human history, and it has various applications in traditional medicine and as a source of food. Now, the tree is central in what Science Mag call “the most comprehensive plant aging study to date.” Plant biologist Jinxing Lin, of Beijing…

7 Major Earth Changes That Are Happening Right Now That Everyone Needs To Know About

There has never been a time in modern human history when our planet has been changing as rapidly as it is changing right now.  The sun is behaving very strangely, freakishly cold weather is breaking out all over the world, ocean temperatures continue to rise, volcanoes all over the globe are shooting ash miles into the air, Australia is experiencing the worst wildfires that they have ever seen, and the north magnetic pole has been moving at a pace that is deeply alarming scientists.  Could it be possible that all of this bizarre activity is leading up to some sort…

Why Are Volcanoes All Over The Globe Suddenly Shooting Giant Clouds Of Ash Miles Into The Air?

There certainly hasn’t been a lack of seismic activity so far in 2020.  Just a few days ago, I wrote about the horrific earthquake swarm that Puerto Rico is currently experiencing.  More than 1,000 earthquakes have rattled Puerto Rico so far, and as you will see below, it was just hit by another very large earthquake.  But right now volcanic eruptions have taken center stage.  In particular, a massive eruption in the Philippines is making headlines all over the world, but what most people don’t realize is that several other volcanoes have also blown their tops in spectacular fashion within…

Some starfish-like animals see without eyes by changing body colour

Brittlestars, marine animals that look a little like starfish, may see without eyes by changing the colour of their bodies. While we already knew that brittlestars have photoreceptors all along their bodies, we didn’t know exactly how they worked until now. The discovery could help explain how other related marine creatures, like sea urchins, are also able to see without eyes. Lauren Sumner-Rooney at the University of Oxford and her colleagues looked at two closely related species of brittlestars: one that can orient itself towards light, Ophiocoma wendtii, and one that can’t, O. pumila. Both species are highly light averse…

Fukushima Reactor Cleanup Delayed by Five Years…

The Japanese government said Friday it would delay for a fourth time the removal of spent fuel from two of the reactors at the Fukushima Daichii nuclear power plant, causing concern that the cleanup of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history is happening at a dangerously slow pace. The removal of the spent fuel was planned to begin in 2023, but the process was bumped back to 2024 at the earliest for the plant’s No. 1 reactor and 2027 or later for the No. 2 reactor. According to the Japan Times, the government claims this aspect of the…

Seattle Company Used Secret Drain to Dump Toxic Waste Directly Into Sewer System

According to a 36-count grand jury indictment, a Seattle company used a hidden drain to dump a highly-corrosive chemical solution directly into the sewer system. The King County sewer system eventually reaches the Duwamish Waterway and the Puget Sound. After “a sensitive sewer flow meter tipped them off to something strange,” agents sent a robot into the sewer to investigate, the Seattle Times reports. Inside the sewer, the robot’s camera recorded a white stain of unknown origin and, according to a federal indictment handed down earlier this month, federal agents executed a search warrant after real-time monitoring equipment they installed indicated an…

The World’s Recycling System Is Falling Apart. What’s Going On?

Recycling was one of those great ideas of the 1970s, right? One of the first great movements to save the earth from resource depletion and the land and sea from human refuse? Who could even imagine, now, a modern nation without recycling bins, recycling plants, and yogurt containers made with recycled materials? And everybody, always, sorting what used to be called their “garbage,” now their “recyclables,” to participate in the eternal renewal of earth’s resources? Environmentalists and, as always, the media—and governments eager for a new job—used every resource of propaganda to plant the idea that recycling was just good…

Tyson Foods Linked to Largest Toxic Dead Zone in U.S. History

What comes to mind when you think of Tyson Foods? A chicken nugget? A big red logo? How about the largest toxic dead zone in U.S. history? It turns out the meat industry—and corporate giants like Tyson Foods—are directly linked to this environmental catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico, and many others. Industrial-scale agriculture to support America’s livestock is the number one source of water pollution in the country. But while industrial agriculture to feed animals raised for meat is currently resource-intensive and ecologically destructive, it doesn’t have to be. Solutions exist which, if adopted, would allow the meat industry…

Why do deep-sea dragonfish have invisible teeth?

The deep-see dragonfish is truly a predator meant for the murky depths of the ocean. Aside from its dark skin that allows it to blend in with the ocean’s depths, it has another tool in its arsenal: invisible teeth. A team of oceanographers and materials scientists from the University of California and the INM-Leibniz Insititute for New Materials in Germany discovered the secret behind the dragonfish’s invisible teeth. They found that the teeth were speckled with nanocrystals, which prevent light from scattering. “Most deep-sea fauna have unique adaptations, but the fact that dragonfish have transparent teeth puzzled us, since the trait is usually found in larger species,”…

Drugs Polluting World’s Water Supply

Dumping drugs down the toilet or drain doesn’t get rid of the drug pollution problem; it only moves it to another location, and the toxins in those drugs can return in your water or in the fertilizer used to grow food. Wastewater treatment plants that receive liquid waste or sewage from pharmaceutical factories treat and discharge that water into waterways, rivers and streams, causing harm to fish and other aquatic life, according to Stat News. It’s not just the drug companies that are polluting the waterways, although they are a major player; treatment plants also handle the discharge from residential…

Very Unusual Seismic Activity On The West Coast Has Some Experts Extremely Concerned About What Could Happen

The west coast never stops shaking, but lately the shaking has gone to an entirely new level, and this has many people deeply concerned about what may be coming.  Last summer, a series of alarming foreshocks immediately preceded the two historic quakes that shook the Ridgecrest area in southern California.  But those quakes were nothing compared to “the Big One” that scientists assure us is way overdue.  Someday an earthquake that is hundreds of times stronger will absolutely devastate the California coastline, and it may be arriving a lot sooner than many people think.  Farther north, the Cascadia subduction zone…

Half A Million Hermit Crabs Found Dead From Plastic Pollution

Hermit crabs play an essential role in tropical environments because they disperse seeds and fertilize the soil. A decline in hermit crabs would have a significant impact on surrounding ecosystems. Sadly, researchers have discovered over half a million hermit crabs that died after getting trapped in plastic containers on two remote islands – Henderson and Cocos. Experts worry that these deaths could be part of a global species decline. Previous studies found elevated levels of plastic pollution at the Cocos Islands archipelago in the Indian Ocean and Henderson Island in the South Pacific. Researchers from the community science organization the…

Solar Minimum Madness: Is Thanksgiving’s Winter Wonderland A Preview Of The Bitterly Cold Winter To Come?

This week, three major winter storms will batter most of the country with ice, snow and bitterly cold temperatures just in time for Thanksgiving.  It is being projected that 55 million Americans will be traveling this week, and so this bizarre weather comes at a very bad time.  But of course we have already seen a series of blizzards roar across the nation in recent weeks and hundreds of record cold temperatures have already been shattered and we are still about a month away from the official start of winter.  Normally, it isn’t supposed to be this cold or this…

Bayer’s Monsanto pleads guilty to illegal Hawaii pesticide spraying

Monsanto pleaded guilty to spraying a banned pesticide on the Hawaiian island of Maui, and agreed to pay $10.2 million in criminal fines and other payments for the spraying and for illegally storing hazardous waste, U.S. prosecutors said. The Department of Justice said late Thursday that Monsanto sprayed Penncap-M, which contained the banned pesticide methyl parathion, on research crops in 2014, despite knowing that the Environmental Protection Agency prohibited its use after 2013. It also said Monsanto, now part of Germany’s Bayer AG, admitted it let employees enter the sprayed fields after seven days despite knowing it should have waited…

New microwave ‘death ray’ kills weeds without pesticides

Don’t lie, gardeners. Bent over like a cooked shrimp, pulling weed after weed from your garden, you’ve thought to yourself, I wish they were all dead. Spraying weed killer near your prized plants can be tricky, but picture this: a weed, sucking up valuable sun and nutrients — but suddenly, a shadow passes above, and deep within the plant pest, tiny, violent vibrations begin. The molecules shake, the water inside warms and expands, until its cell walls come down like Jericho — and the weed is destroyed. Dr. Graham Brodie of the University of Melbourne is working on a method…

Are You Ready For A Catastrophically Cold Winter? Here Is What The Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You…

Experts are warning us that this will be a “freezing, frigid, and frosty” winter, and even though the official beginning of winter is still over a month away, it already feels like that in much of the country right now.  Over the next several days, it will literally feel like it is mid-January in much of the central and eastern portions of the United States.  Many areas will be hit by temperatures that are 30 degrees below normal, and heavy snow is expected in some areas of the Midwest.  Unfortunately, this bitterly cold weather is coming at a very bad…

Russian Ministry of Defense Article Claims Humans Can Telepathically Communicate With Dolphins

Is telepathy real? It’s hard to argue against it; in fact, I would say that it’s not really up for debate. That being said, when it comes to topics like these, the field is polluted with a bad reputation given its association with magic, superstition and ‘pseudoscience,’ terms that often come from those who condemn the subject without ever really looking into it. The evidence for the existence of telepathy is actually quite overwhelming, and in many cases, much stronger than most other areas of science. Dr. Jessica Utts is a great person to bring up, as I’ve done many…

45 Population Control Quotes That Show The Elite Are Quite Eager To Reduce The Number Of People On The Planet

At one time, the elite at least attempted to conceal their boundless enthusiasm for population control from the general public, but now they aren’t even trying to hide it anymore.  On Tuesday, an alarming new study that advocates global population control as one of the solutions to the “climate emergency” that we are facing was published in the journal BioScience.  This document has already been signed by 11,258 scientists from 153 different countries, and it openly calls for a reduction in the human population of our planet.  This has always been the endgame for the climate change cult, but now a…

One Million Cannibal Ants Trapped in Soviet Nuclear Bunker Have Escaped

A “colony” of up to one million cannibal ants trapped in a nuclear bunker for years have escaped, scientists in Poland have said. The ants, which had no food source other than their dead nestmates, were first discovered in 2013 were found to be solely made up of worker ants meaning they could not reproduce—how their numbers grew so large was a mystery. In a study published in the Journal of Hymenoptera Research, researchers have now studied the colony to understand how it functioned—and installed an escape route to see if its members would leave their home given the option.…

Switching to ‘green’ inhalers could reduce carbon emissions and cut costs, study suggests

Many current inhalers for conditions such as asthma contain propellants that are potent greenhouse gases. A study from researchers at the University of Cambridge has found that switching to alternative, greener inhalers would not only result in large carbon savings, but could be achieved alongside reduced drug costs by using less expensive brands. Metered-dose inhalers contain liquefied, compressed gases that act as a propellant to atomise the drug being delivered and to pump it out to the user. Originally chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), were used as the propellant but these potent greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting substances are now banned. Instead they have…

TripAdvisor Cuts Ties With Attractions That Breed Whales & Dolphins In Captivity

Taking animals out of their natural habitat, like the ocean, and subjecting them to a life of depression, trauma and heartache is indescribable. It’s easy to feel ashamed of being apart of a race that has completely lost its connection to nature, understanding, morals, empathy and compassion. That being said, there is good news. The tables are clearly turning and there are many people who are now contributing to bringing these essential qualities back to the human race. Through various forms of activism, it’s quite clear that a large majority of people want change for others we share this planet…

CDC Sends Warning to Hunters After Deer with Tuberculosis Found to Transmit Bacteria to People

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shared a warning to hunters after a man in Michigan was found to have developed tuberculosis caused by bacteria transmitted from a deer carcass. The CDC issued a report this week that said the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services was notified in 2017 of a 77-year-old man who had tuberculosis caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium bovis or M. bovis. According to the CDC, the man had no history of travel to countries with endemic tuberculosis, had no known exposure to someone with tuberculosis and was a regular hunter who had…

Conservation Group Plans To Buy World’s Largest Sequoia Forest For $15.6 Million

A conservation group from San Francisco named “Save the Redwoods League” recently agreed on a deal to purchase the largest privately-owned sequoia forest in the world. However, they don’t actually have the $15.6 million that will be needed to seal the deal yet. The area is known as Alder Creek and it is located in the southern Sierra Nevada in eastern central California, surrounded by the Giant Sequoia National Monument. Alder creek is 530 acres in total size and contains 483 trees that have a trunk diameter of over six feet. There are also some famous trees on the land,…

Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes Cross With Natural Species

Biotech company Oxitec has created genetically engineered (GE) mosquitoes in an attempt to control mosquito-borne diseases like yellow fever, dengue, chikungunya and Zika. The male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes have been genetically engineered to carry a “genetic kill switch,” such that when they mate with wild female mosquitoes, their offspring inherit the lethal gene and cannot survive or reproduce in the wild. Except, the GE mosquitoes have already been released in Brazil, and researchers monitoring the project have found the GE genes have crossed with wild mosquitoes — despite the company’s assurances that this wouldn’t happen. In a press release from…

NASA And ESA Announce Plans For “Insurance Policy For Earth”

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and the ESA (Europeans Space Agency) are finally ready to test the Earth’s planetary defenses to see whether we can successfully defend ourselves from the apparent scourge of “space rocks”. Calling it an “insurance policy for Earth,” scientists intend to smash a spacecraft into an asteroid at over 14,000 miles per hour. According to RT, the target they have chosen to crash a spacecraft into is the asteroid Didymos B.  This space rock is roughly 160 meters in diameter, one half of a binary asteroid system. Didymos B orbits the larger asteroid Didymos A…

Not Just the Bees, First-of-Its-Kind Study Shows Neonics May Be Killing Birds Too

In addition to devastating effects on bee populations and the pollination needed to feed humans and other species, widely-used pesticides chemically related to nicotine may be deadly to birds and linked to some species’ declines, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan studied the pesticide imidacloprid, in the nicotine-linked class of chemicals called neonicotinoids, or neonics, and found that the pesticide had effects on migrating birds’ health and ability to reproduce. The scientists gave small amounts of the pesticide to white-crowned sparrows and found that the limited consumption caused the birds to lose weight and delay their migration.…

Sorry, climate change fanatics: Turns out, Greenland’s glaciers are actually growing

If you buy into the climate change narrative, you might think that Earth’s glaciers are melting. And if you buy into total climate insanity, you might even think that the melting glaciers are one day going to flood most of the planet. But the latest research shows that Jakobshavn, once the fastest-melting glacier on Earth, is now growing. No longer receding inland, new measurements show that Jakobshavn’s ice is thickening and advancing towards the ocean. Experts say that the increasing size of Jakobshavn is due to cooler water temperatures in the area — and now believe that cycling between warmer…

The Shaking Won’t Stop: There Have Been More Than 10,000 Earthquakes In California And Nevada In The Last 7 Days

The ground is constantly shaking in southern California right now, and this has many concerned that another large earthquake may be coming.  I have been keeping my eye on Cal Tech’s recent earthquake map, and as I write this article it says that there have been 10,053 earthquakes in California and Nevada over the past 7 days.  I have never seen that number so high, and southern California is being hit by yet another new earthquake every few moments.  Most of the earthquakes are happening out in the Ridgecrest area where we witnessed the magnitude 6.4 earthquake that hit on…

Study Sees No Solid Evidence for Man-Made Climate Change

A Finnish research duo has evaluated the human contribution to carbon dioxide increase as a meagre 0.01°C out of the last century’s total increase of 0.1°C. Instead, clouds were named as the culprit behind climate change. Climate change is not caused by anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions, but cloud formations, a study by Turku University researchers Jyrki Kauppinen and Pekka Malmi has claimed. In their paper, aptly titled “No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change”, the Finnish researchers conclude that global temperatures are “practically controlled” by the low cloud cover fraction, whereas “only a small part” of the increased…

Predatory “Green Capitalism” Is Monetizing the Air, and It’s Going to Cost You

You want to reduce CO2? Then trigger a global depression that reduces global consumption of everything by 50% and destroys 95% of the phantom wealth owned by the global elites trying to monetize the air. I recently asked What’s Left to Monetize?, and longtime correspondent Mark G. provided the answer: the air we breathe, via carbon taxes and markets for trading carbon credits, i.e. financializing / monetizing Nature to benefit the few at the expense of the many. Here’s Mark’s commentary: You asked, “What’s left to monetize? It appears the answer is ‘very little.’” I respectfully disagree. The Biggest Enchilada of all is left.…

Mass of stinking seaweed the size of Jamaica heading to Mexico’s pristine beaches

mass of stinking seaweed the size of Jamaica is heading to Mexico’s most popular tourist beaches, ruining the usually pristine waters for holidaymakers. The giant floating mass of sargassum algae, more than 340-miles long, is predicted to hit Mexico’s Caribbean shoreline this week, reaching the Yucatan peninsula’s coast and spreading as far south as Belize. Mexico’s beaches, in particular Cancun and Tulum, are popular among British tourists looking for a cheap break with warm weather and crystal clear waters. The sargassum has been affecting some of Mexico’s most popular beaches since 2011, but the arrival of the seaweed island, dubbed…

1 million bacteria, 10 million viruses in 1 drop of Lake Michigan water…

Near the deepest spot in Lake Michigan, the crew aboard the research vessel Blue Heron lowers a device outfitted with a cluster of 8-liter bottles into the dark blue waters until it disappears from sight. After a 10-minute descent, the metal-framed contraption known as a rosette finally lands on the muddy bottom roughly 860 feet below the surface. Between Green Bay and Traverse City, Michigan, lies a place devoid of sunlight, deep enough to completely submerge the 74-floor Water Tower Place skyscraper and where temperatures still hover around 39 degrees. On the trawler’s deck, marine techs reverse the winch, and…