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  1. According to new research published by Scientific Reports,1 a certain type of LED lighting is "more efficient and effective" at producing vitamin D in your skin than what can be obtained through the sun, "the sunshine vitamin." News-Medical reported that in research conducted by scientists at Boston University School of Medicine, skin samples exposed to RayVio Corporation's 293 nm UV (ultraviolet) LED (light-emitting diode) for just 0.52 minutes could produce more than twice the amount of vitamin D3 as skin samples exposed to sunlight for 32.5 minutes. RayVio Corporation, a health and hygiene company based in California, says it uses advanced health and hygiene technology to provide UV disinfection "for health care environments and devices, for water and air, and for appliances and personal care, (giving) consumers control over health without chemicals or costly consumables."2 Dr. Michael F. Holick, professor of medicine, physiology and biophysics at the university, who led the study, explained: "RayVio's 293nm LED showed the most significant potential for vitamin D3 production in the shortest amount of time. This study will lead to a new generation of technology that can be labeled as photopharmacology in which the use of LEDs with targeted wavelengths can cause specific biologic effects in human skin to help treat and prevent chronic illnesses."3 A number of serious diseases and disorders are linked to vitamin D deficiency, such as osteoporosis, depression, unexplained aches and pains, stomach trouble, certain cancers and rickets. The researchers suggested the 293 nm LED device for making vitamin D could be a perfect fit for patients with fat malabsorption syndromes, including gastric bypass surgery or with inflammatory bowel disease.4 <snip> https://www.sott.net/article/362847-Photopharmacology-Using-light-for-health
  2. Russia’s southern Krasnodarsky Region has awoken to horrifying news about a pair of cannibals that could be responsible for up to 30 grisly murders, local media report citing police. Parts of some of the victims were reportedly stored for later consumption. The couple – a man and a woman – was detained, NTV news channel reports citing a source in the Investigative Committee. It is estimated that the suspects may be responsible for up to 30 deaths, although police could only identify seven victims so far, the Mash Telegram TV channel claims. <snip> https://www.rt.com/news/404476-russian-cannibals-couple-detained/
  3. Voting has opened in a controversial independence referendum in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq. Neighboring countries Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey have strongly objected to the referendum organized by the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG). Baghdad said it will take all “necessary measures to preserve the unity of the country.” Voting got underway at 8am local time and it’s scheduled to close at 6pm. The final results should be known within 72 hours. The referendum, which is non-binding, is expected to deliver comprehensive backing for independence. 25 September 2017 10:48 GMT Erdogan also threatened to cut off the pipeline carrying oil from northern Iraq out of the region. "After this, let's see through which channels the northern Iraqi regional government will send its oil, or where it will sell it," the Turkish leader said in the speech in Istanbul. "We have the tap. The moment we close the tap, then it's done.” 10:17 GMT Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has repeated his country’s criticism of the referendum, describing the separatist movement as “unacceptable at this time.” He warned that the Turkish army is at the Iraqi border and ready to take “necessary steps. He said that political, economic, trade and security steps will be taken in response to the independence push. Erdogan added that people are currently allowed only to travel into Iraq from Turkey, and the Habur border gate with Iraq will be closed in both directions. 10:14 GMT Afandi also revealed that the regional government’s website has been subject to thousands of cyber attacks in the past week. <snip> https://www.rt.com/news/404455-kurdistan-independence-referendum-iraq/
  4. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/09/25/fox-news-first-nfl-braces-for-trump-kneeling-protest-backlash.html now they're bracing for what they should have known was going to happen. Why are they kneeling exactly? They're making it about race... imagine that.
  5. President Trump on Sunday signed off on updated travel restrictions that would limit entry for people coming to the U.S. from eight countries, as the existing travel ban is set to expire. The new travel restrictions, set to take effect Oct. 18, would slow or limit entry from citizens of North Korea, Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen. North Korea and Venezuela were not listed in the earlier ban. Iraqi citizens do not face the same travel restrictions, but will "be subject to additional scrutiny to determine if they pose risks" to U.S. security, the White House said. The new policy could complicate the Supreme Court's review of the order. The high court is scheduled to hear arguments over its legality on October 10. Officials stressed that valid visas would not be revoked as a result of the proclamation. The order also permits, but doesn't guarantee, case-by-case waivers. <snip> http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/09/24/trump-approves-updated-travel-restrictions-on-several-mideast-african-countries.html
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  8. NATAS You decide

  9. SEOUL, Sept. 25 (Yonhap) -- President Moon Jae-in called for bipartisan efforts Monday to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue peacefully, noting the country was now facing what he called an "unprecedented" security crisis. "As this unprecedented and tense security crisis continues to surround the Korean Peninsula, I ask for bipartisan support from the ruling and opposition parties, as well as the people, at least on this issue," the president said while meeting his top aides for a weekly meeting held at the presidential office Cheong Wa Dae. North Korea staged its sixth and latest nuclear test on Sept. 3, followed by a launch of an intermediate range ballistic missile across Japan's air space on Sept. 15, which marked its 10th missile provocation since the Moon Jae-in administration took office in May. <snip> http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2017/09/25/0301000000AEN20170925007551315.html
  10. I think I should prescribe them something for that.
  11. Slow descent into madness.

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  12. “All the authentic drinkers of yagé in the Amazon that I have met share a great love for nature and all humanity, and they are outspoken protectors of the rainforest and the good way of all that is right.” ~Jonathon Miller Weisberger, Rainforest Medicine By itself, ayahuasca as a transformational medicine offers us profound opportunities for spiritual awakening, physical renewal and reconnection to the most important aspects of life and nature. Journeying with the vine of souls is unlike anything else in this world, and while many have shared their personal stories of harrowing nights in ceremony, another chief aspect of this medicine tradition is less often discussed: the valuable lessons to be learned from time spent with traditional plant medicine masters. Sadly, true Amazonian medicine elders are a dying breed. To be in the presence of a genuine master is a treasured experience, and those of them still with us exemplify the virtues of living a life aligned with nature, devoted to spiritual development, and focused on the well-being of others. I have been blessed with the good fortune of spending time with and learning directly from Secoya elders, who are the torch-bearers of a unique lineage of spiritual masters in the upper Amazon. Their tradition, that of Gods Multi-Colored People, as they know it, is the longest un-broken and non-syncretic tradition of working with the sacred brew Yagé, or Ayahuasca. The attitude, demeanor, habits and character of these ‘abuelitos’ symbolize the simple purity and deep peace that may be found with dedication to this spiritual path. Reflecting on my time spent with the Secoya, I’ve realized that many of the best lessons come not when they are teaching, but when they are just being themselves. Here are 9 simple rules for living, as learned from proper Yagé shaman of the Amazon. 1. Abundant laughter is the hallmark of spiritual achievement. Laugh first and laugh often. 2. All life is beautiful and priceless, and even the most pitiful or comical of creatures is infused with the sacred. 3. Always be productive in the service to others, and even if all you can offer is a smile, your positive contribution is important. 4. Love everyone equally, for we are all equal in spirit and life. 5. Silence is golden. Communicating without speaking is more penetrative than attempting to express the infinite with language. 6. It is in stillness you will find that which you seek. The ability to highly control one’s impulses is the key to spiritual advancement. 7. Gentleness is often more powerful than force. 8. Sincere dedication to spiritual development is the highest calling in life. 9. Follow nature instead of following man, for the lessons in nature are universally true and infinitely pure. <snip> http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/09/20/10-tips-living-shaman/
  13. As the term geoengineering creeps evermore into public consciousness, people are being persuaded that weather modification schemes will play an important role in public safety as a response to climate change. Most people are behind the curve on this issue, though, as independent journalists and private individuals have for years been documenting what is is happening in our skies. For the last several years, a Washington state resident has been documenting geoengineerinng activity in the skies over the Olympic Peninsula, reporting on unnatural cloud formations, atmospheric spraying, and electromagnetic warfare testing by the Navy. In addition to the obvious manipulations of the sky at large, she has documented an abundance of mysterious white fibrous materials falling from the sky. In a post on September 6th, 2017, V. Susan Ferguson shares the following images along with an explanation of where her research in this matter has led to. <snip> http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/09/19/pacific-northwest-resident-documents-metallic-fibers-falling-sky/
  14. I wonder if this tastes awful? Anyone ever try Matcha? I want to try it. Course, I'll try almost anything. After reading the entire article, I am reminded of adaptogens, but it's not really that. It wakes you up and they also say it's good for meditation because of focus. Interestingly, matcha is green tea. It’s made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant that are finely ground into a powder and mixed into a liquid, rather than traditional leaves which are steeped in water and then discarded. Matcha has its place in Asian culture as the preferred beverage for warriors and monks alike due to its energizing and focus-driven properties. Unlike traditional green tea leaves, matcha is found in three grades: koicha, usucha and culinary matcha. Matcha undergoes a unique growing process whereby the tea plants are covered with shade cloths in the final weeks before harvest to restrict photosynthesis and increase the levels of chlorophyll and L-Theanine — an amino acid that promotes the production of alpha waves in the brain.From there, the leaves are harvested, briefly steamed to prevent fermentation, then dried and aged in a cold storage before being stone-ground into a fine powder. It is a costly, time-consuming process, which may partly explain why matcha was originally reserved for tea ceremonies by the Far East elite.Thankfully, due to a swell in popularity in recent years, everyone from Whole Foods to Starbucks has gone mad for matcha, making it more readily available. Here’s what you should know about this ancient superfood. Matcha is really good for you One of the biggest draws for matcha, much like its counterpart green tea, is the high levels of antioxidants. And, because one ingests whole leaves when drinking matcha, as opposed to a steeped beverage, you immediately receive a more potent source of nutrients. Matcha boasts one of the highest OARC values (Oxygen Radical Absorbing Capacity) of any food, second only to ground cloves. OARC measures the number of units of active antioxidant ingredients found in food to help fight against free radicals associated with increased risks of cardiovascular disease and cancer, among other illnesses. Arguably matcha’s most powerful antioxidant is the polyphenol EGCg, which not only boosts the body’s metabolism but can work to stop the growth of cancerous cells. There are 61 milligrams of EGCg found in every gram of matcha. That’s 100 times more than any other tea on the market. Matcha can energize you without the jitters Anyone who’s ever had one-too-many cups of coffee can attest to the truly awful feeling of having the jitters. Matcha can be a great substitute for those looking to take a break from their daily latte but still crave a kickstart from caffeine. Matcha contains roughly half the amount of caffeine found in espresso (approximately 34 milligrams compared to 60 milligrams, respectively). However, when the caffeine molecules in matcha bond to larger antioxidant molecules, including catechin, they work together as a time-release allowing for a longer period of being caffeinated (usually three to five hours), instead of all at once, like coffee. This allows for the effects to be felt at a smoother, more enjoyable level with less chance of a “crash” later on. Because matcha’s effects can be felt hours after consumption, it is important not to drink before bed. <snip> http://humansarefree.com/2017/09/this-tea-contains-100x-more-cancer.html Lots more at the link.
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