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PQQ Benefits: 9 Reasons It’s a Key Nutrient for Healthy Aging & Energy

Tiny organs inside your cells — mitochondria — work hard every day, turning the food you consume into energy. But with age, the number of mitochondria naturally declines.[1] A molecule found in your body called pyrroloquinoline quinone, or PQQ for short, has many benefits for your health, most notably boosting the production of mitochondria. Referred to as an all-natural “fountain of youth,” PQQ’s ability to power up your mitochondria does a lot for your health and longevity. When you have more mitochondria, it impacts your energy level, metabolism, and resilience to disease. PQQ also protects against oxidative stress with its…

Michigan State Police Uncovers Breathalyzer Fraud…Technicians accused of falsifying documents that certified the accuracy of breathalyzer devices in Michigan

The Michigan State Police director testified before a state legislative committee last week about his decision to take 203 breathalyzer machines out of service over accuracy concerns. The agency has been re-testing the devices to ensure proper calibration after learning that several technicians responsible for certifying the machines’ accuracy allegedly fabricated test results. Accuracy is of paramount concern with breath testing machines as a reading of 0.08 on the device is in itself sufficient proof to sustain a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). In 2018, the state police signed a $1.3 million contract with Intoximeters Inc…

Youth Minister Dies from Flu, Despite Having Flu Shot this Season

A beloved youth minister from a church in Seymour, Indiana has died of complications from the flu, even though she received the flu shot this season. Allison Williams, 36, had worked at Reddington Christian Church since 2008. She passed away Monday at Schneck Medical Center in Seymour. Lisa Williams, her mother, living in Knoxville, Tennessee, posted on social media that Allison became ill with the flu after attending the Tennessee Christian Teen Convention from January 10 to 12. She never recovered from the illness, which led to sepsis. Reddington Christian Church Senior Pastor Scott Brown said: “When she came home,…

Infamous luxury yacht connected to Ghislaine Maxwell arrives in New Zealand

A luxury yacht with a colourful past is due to arrive in Dunedin this morning. The 58m Dancing Hare arrived in Akaroa from Sydney earlier this week and is due at Victoria Wharf in Dunedin at 11.30am, according to the Port Otago website. Built in 1986, the yacht was bought from its original owner by British media mogul Robert Maxwell, who renamed it Lady Ghislaine after his daughter. Ghislaine Maxwell was a longtime associate of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein took his life in jail in August last year while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges related to…

Biden forgets what kind of shotgun he owns

Former vice president Joe Biden is a self-professed expert on gun control, because he has a gun of his own at home. What kind of gun isn’t exactly clear. <span style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” data-mce-type=”bookmark” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> Biden tripped over himself during a campaign stop in Iowa on Tuesday when his attempt to make a point in favor of tightening government regulations didn’t pan out like he planned. “Talk about moral depravity,” Biden lectured to a room of bobbing heads, “we can’t even get assault weapons out of our schools? “The biggest concern kids have in terms…

Pentagram Racks Up $35 Trillion in Accounting Changes in One Year, Larger Than The Entire U.S. Economy

The Pentagon made $35 trillion in accounting adjustments last year alone — a total that’s larger than the entire U.S. economy and underscores the Defense Department’s continuing difficulty in balancing its books. The latest estimate is up from $30.7 trillion in 2018 and $29 trillion in 2017, the first year adjustments were tracked in a concerted way, according to Pentagon figures and a lawmaker who’s pursued the accounting morass. The figure dwarfs the $738 billion of defense-related funding in the latest U.S. budget, a spending plan that includes the most expensive weapons systems in the world including the F-35 jet…

Verizon Launches New Private Search Engine In Hopes You’ve Forgotten Its Terrible Track Record On Privacy

We’ve noted for some time now how Verizon desperately wants to pivot from dull old broadband provider to sexy, Millennial-focused, video advertising juggernaut. To accomplish this task, Verizon acquired both Yahoo and AOL, smushed them together, then hoped this would be enough to compete with the likes of Google and Facebook. The effort distracted the company from upgrading or repairing much of its fixed-line broadband footprint, since investing in networks isn’t profitable enough, quickly enough, for many on Wall Street. But Verizon’s pivot hasn’t been going so well. The company’s Go90 video platform, which was supposed to be the cornerstone…

Apple reportedly abandoned plans to roll out end-to-end encrypted iCloud backups, apparently due to pressure from the FBI

According to a report from Reuters, Apple abandoned plans to release an end-to-end encrypted version of iCloud backups after facing complaints from the FBI who told Apple that it would hinder their investigations. The report says that Apple was working on the feature more than two years ago, but it was cancelled after the FBI raised concerns. One employee said “legal killed it, for reasons you can imagine”. End-to-end encryption works by making an encryption key based on factors that are not stored on the server. This may mean entangling the key with a user password, or some cryptographic key…

Journalist Glenn Greenwald charged in Brazil for publishing text messages exposing corruption

Brazilian prosecutors have charged controversial American journalist Glenn Greenwald with cybercrimes after he published hacked text messages exposing corruption among public officials. Greenwald, the co-founder of The Intercept and a former columnist for Salon and the Guardian, was accused of being part of a “criminal organization” that hacked the phones of multiple public officials and prosecutors in a 95-page criminal complaint on Tuesday, The New York Times reports. Prosecutors alleged that he aided the hackers, which Greenwald denied. Greenwald, a staunch critic of far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, published conversations involving Brazilian Justice Minister Sérgio Moro that showed Moro had coordinated…

Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton for $50m over ‘Russian asset’ remark

The Hawaii congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is suing Hillary Clinton for defamation, alleging the 2016 nominee described her as a “Russian asset” and claiming more than $50m in damages. Gabbard, who sued Google in July 2019, also claiming $50m, filed the lawsuit in the southern district of New York. She claims that in October 2019 Clinton “falsely stated” that Gabbard “is a ‘Russian asset’”. “Clinton’s false assertions were made in a deliberate attempt to derail Tulsi’s presidential campaign,” the filing says. The lawsuit claims: “The defamatory statements have caused Tulsi to lose potential donors and potential voters…

10 Survival Books Every Prepper Should Read

Many survivalists I know are voracious readers. Whether we read online or we read actual books, we love to read. We read because we want to learn. We are all aware of the fact that everything we need to know in order to survive is written somewhere in a book. I don’t know what type of reader you are or how you like to learn new things, but I find that what works best for me is learning from a narrative, rather than from a factual book. A well written fiction, belonging to someone who knows the lessons they want…

BPA in Your Body May Be 44 Times Higher Than Reported

Story at-a-glance Independent testing shows your level of exposure to BPA may be as much as 44 times higher than previously reported Scientists argue the FDA is using inadequate tests that underestimate levels of this endocrine-disrupting chemical The government believes there is enough evidence to remove BPA from children’s items, yet it remains in products used by pregnant women The FDA appears reluctant to change their testing methodology, clinging to the idea BPA poses no health risk and ignoring the mounting evidence of opposing peer-reviewed studies Exposure to BPA and other endocrine disruptors can be reduced by using only glass…

Housing Blues in the Heart of California’s “Wine Country”

California’s “Wine Country” is typically considered to include the counties of Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake, and Solano. We’ll look at the housing markets of the two most expensive, Napa and Sonoma; and at Marin County, sandwiched between the Golden Gate Bridge and Sonoma County. Marin County is not famous for wine, but for its beauty – including the Muir Woods National Monument, Mount Tamalpais, and Sausalito – and for being a high-end cloistered bedroom community of hurly-burly San Francisco. Sonoma County. Back in early August 2018, while the Bay Area Housing market was still considered to be on a trajectory…

Global Auto Sales Recession Expected To Worsen in 2020

Last year, auto manufacturers found it difficult to find buyers for cars in both India and China.   Global sales plunged 4% last year and that pain is expected to continue into 2020. According to CNN Business, a downturn in car sales could crash more than just the auto industry and the ripple effects could be massive. Citing a report by LMC Automotive, CNN said vehicle sales fell to 90.3 million in 2019, a drop from 94.4 million in 2018. The record high for car sales was 95.2 million in 2017. Fears within the industry are that it might have hit…

Futuristic Airline Uniforms Making People Sick

Story at-a-glance The most recent lawsuit filed by Delta employees is against Lands’ End, the manufacturer of the new Delta uniforms, alleging the uniforms trigger toxic reactions including hair loss, headaches, fatigue and skin burns Delta uniforms are chemically treated to be self-deodorizing as well as stain-, static- and wrinkle-resistant Harvard University scientists believe flight attendants may inadvertently be testing toxic chemical combinations The textile industry is a major source of environmental pollution and water use; it drives a trend toward cheap, disposable clothing which clogs landfills The industry will change when you vote with your pocketbook. Clothing can be…

Is the new ‘deadly China virus’ a covert operation?

NEW VIRUS IN CHINA. WATCH OUT. SPREADING. ANIMALS TO HUMANS? PANDEMIC COMING UP? OBEY MEDICAL AUTHORITIES. ALL HANDS ON DECK. CENTERED IN WUHAN. CITY OF 11 MILLION. WILL THEY QUARANTINE AND SHUT DOWN HONG KONG? TRAVELERS WITH THE VIRUS GETTING THROUGH TO EUROPE AND AMERICA? WHAT’S THE NAME OF THE VIRUS? 2019-nCOV or nCoV2019. WHAT? THANK GOD THE CHINESE ARE UNDER A TIGHT DICTATORSHIP, THEY CAN CRACK DOWN AND QUARANTINE ANYBODY ON A WHIM. IF YOUR BODY TEMPERATURE IS ELEVATED ON A TEST, THEY STOP YOU? WOW. WE MAY NEED THAT IN THE USA, AS LONG AS THEY DON’T STOP…

Bill Gates kept telling us a pandemic was coming, in Oct 2019 he ran a simulation of a Coronavirus pandemic, just three months later the real Coronavirus pandemic begins

BREAKING: Wuhan Doctor Says Government Not Telling Truth, Over 90,000 Infected Bill Gates thinks a coming disease could kill 30 million people within 6 months — and says we should prepare for it as we do for war Oct 2019 – Bill Gates coronavirus pandemic simulation “A joint effort from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation recently made seven key recommendation for pandemic preparedness, based on an exercise conducted in October 2019 that featured a fictional coronavirus—not unlike the new Wuhan coronavirus recently detected in China.” 3 months…

CATFIGHT: Tulsi Gabbard Files Lawsuit Against Hillary Clinton Over ‘Russian Asset’ Smears

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who is running for the Democrat nomination for President, has filed a lawsuit against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after she alluded to Gabbard as a “Russian asset” in a podcast interview last year. “Clinton falsely stated that Tulsi—an Army National Guard officer and United States Congresswoman who has spent her entire adult life serving this country—is a ‘Russian asset.’ Clinton’s false assertions were made in a deliberate attempt to derail Tulsi’s presidential campaign,” the complaint reads. Clinton never mentioned Gabbard by name during her appearance on the Campaign HQ podcast, but it was not…

Innocent Teen in ICU After Cops Mistook Him for a Suspect He Looks Nothing Like and Shot Him

A federal agent with the Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) agency, working alongside Phoenix police officers, shot and hospitalized the wrong person falsely accused of being an armed robbery suspect, a 19-year-old teenager. At first, Phoenix PD claimed they were the ones to blame for the officer-involved shooting, but later clarified saying it was actually an ATF agent who shot the young adult. Dion Humphrey had just walked his siblings to school and was heading back home when he heard what sounded like gunshots coming from a White SUV. Humphrey took off running, but was cut off by another vehicle,…

Feminist Author Calls on Germans to Stop Having Babies to Save the Planet

Feminist author Verena Brunschweiger has called on Germans to stop having babies to save the planet, despite the fact that the country’s native fertility rate is already at just 1.4 children per woman. In an interview with Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, Brunschweiger warns “we are on the brink of ecological collapse” and that the only solution is “the renunciation of one’s own reproduction.” Claiming that this topic is being kept hidden in “pro-natalist Germany,” Brunschweiger, who herself is childless, remarked, “It is…above all because of the masses of people that we have such big environmental problems. We are just too many…

Trump Says Middle-Class Tax Cut To Be Announced Within Three Months

President Trump told The Wall Street Journal on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the White House plans to unveil a new tax-cut proposal for the middle class in approximately 90 days. “We’re talking a fairly substantial … middle-class tax cut that’ll be subject to taking back the House and obviously keeping the Senate and keeping the White House,” Trump said. He declined to elaborate more on the specifics of the plan. Trump has been touting the idea of a middle-class tax cut since the 2018 midterm election, and more recently since the 2020 election year has…

Smart City Planners Confirm Bluetooth and WiFi Devices Transmit Data Even When Disconnected

According to a 2018 survey, 66% of Americans don’t want to live in “Smart Cities” because of privacy and cybersecurity concerns. Another downside – “Smart Cities” require countless wireless radiation transmitting devices operating 24/7.  Many Americans object to being involuntarily exposed to harmful radiation.  No safe level of wireless radiation has been determined for children or pregnant women.  American Academy of Pediatrics and other health experts also warn that children are more vulnerable to exposure. Regardless, several communities in Florida seem to be considering becoming a “Smart Cities.”  Otherwise, this elaborate online document wouldn’t have been created.  It provides all…

Mentally Ill Veteran Suffering After Cops Kill Service Dog As It Used the Bathroom, Lie About It Biting Them

Frequent readers of TFTP know too well how many beloved family pets are gunned down every year by public servants in the U.S. It happens so much that there is a term for it called “puppycide.” We have an endless archive of stories in which dogs meet their untimely ends at the end of a cop’s gun. The following story out of New Orleans is one of these dogs. Now, however, a mentally ill veteran is suffering immeasurable sadness because the dog cops killed earlier this month was his service animal who trained to keep him stable. The New Orleans…

Trump Says Considers Extending Travel Ban, But Declines to Name Specific Countries

Speaking at Davos on Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said he would extend the travel ban but declined to specify which countries would be added, saying that the announcement would come “shortly.” “Yes [we will extend the ban],” Trump told a press conference in Davos, when asked about a possible extension. “Our country has to be safe, so we have a very strong travel ban and we’ll be adding a few countries to it,” the US president added. Earlier, The Wall Street Journal reported that US President Donald Trump’s administration plans to add seven countries to its travel ban list.…

Is Your Food Grown on Sewage?

If you’ve never heard of sewage sludge — a term often used interchangeably with biosolids — you’re in for a surprise, as this waste product, which is every bit as unappealing as it sounds, is applied to farmland, gardens, schoolyards, lawns and more across the U.S. The food you eat may very well have come from land treated with sewage sludge, which could have implications for human health and the environment. What exactly is sewage sludge? When wastewater and stormwater enter wastewater treatment facilities, the solid and liquid waste are separated. The solids are “digested” using bacteria, treated, dried and…