Radical new birth control for men: 100% effective for 10 years

When it comes to birth control, it’s a lot harder figuring out how to stop a bajillion little sperm than one little egg, but a scientist in India has managed to develop an injection for men that has so far proven to be 100% effective and completely reversible with no side effects. Sign me up. The injection is called RISUG, which stands for “reversible inhibition of sperm under guidance.” Let’s just get the uncomfortable bit…

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Scientists invent $200 Cancer-Detecting gizmo that’s 96% accurate

This is fantastic news! A team of scientists at Harvard University and MIT have created a $200 scanner gizmo that can detect cancer in one hour. How life-changing is that? The hand-held scanner “uses antibodies and magnetic particles to seek out and flag cancer in cells, which are extracted with a needle, rather than large amounts of surgically removed tissue.” Diagnostic results can then be processed on a smartphone like the iPhone through an app…

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Cocaine: still the drug of choice for the Rich

For Some Powder-Sniffing Party Animals, Age Is No Obstacle by Jamie Johnson January 11, 2011, 6:56 PM At a recent Christmas party in December, I watched a close friend of mine re-enact a depraved but funny maneuver he had seen an elderly man perform earlier that evening. Using both his index and middle fingers, he pulled up the tip of his nose to give me a clear view of the base of his nostrils and…

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Man Officially Cured of HIV

For the first time, a man has been declared officially cured of HIV. The remedy may nearly have killed him, but it opens a door—just a crack—to hope that we may someday kill off the scourge for good. Strangely enough, the diagnosis that most concerned Timothy Ray Brown in 2007 was acute myeloid leukemia. HIV has been increasingly thought of as a manageable disease, though certainly a terribly burdensome one. What brought the 42-year old…

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Leather Head Chromexcel wrapped medicine ball

This may very well be the most beautiful piece of fitness equipment we have ever laid eyes on. Context, Leather Head, and Horween teamed up to produce this stunning 12lb, Chromexcel wrapped medicine ball ($350) named after Context owner Ryan Huber’s grandfather, Melzer Rhey, who used a leather ball just like this one as a Golden Gloves coach for over 50 years. Link via: acquiremag

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Scientists can now “erase” scary memories

This only works on mice so far, but researchers have discovered that altering a specific protein in the brain can pinpoint and delete traumatic memories on a molecular level. Neuroscientists led by Dr. Richard Huganir at Johns Hopkins University exposed some hapless mice to scary noises, and watched what was going on in their brains as the mice got conditioned to associate noise with fear. They found that one specific part of the brain, the…

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Dream recording ‘possible’ researcher claims

By Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News A US researcher has said he plans to electronically record and interpret dreams. Writing in the journal Nature, researchers said they have developed a system capable of recording higher-level brain activity. “We would like to read people’s dreams,” says the lead scientist Dr Moran Cerf. The aim is not to interlope, but to extend our understanding of how and why people dream.

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Hormone Research Suggests Rich Live Longer

DHEAS – or dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate – is produced by the brain, adrenal glands and sexual organs and is a guide to life expectancy. Researchers from University College London, working on the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing, found evidence that biological ageing is slower among people with better socio-economic circumstances. By Andy Bloxham

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Dr. Sebi (The Man Hidden From The World)

Dr Sebi was born Alfredo Bowman on November 26, 1933. He was born in Llanga which is located in the Honduras. When he came to America he was diagnosed with asthma, diabetes, impotency, and obesity. He went to many doctors who could not rid him of these diseases. Finally he was told to see a herbalist in Mexico. He went and was cured of all his diseases. He learned a lot about herbs, fruits, and…

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You want flies with that Happy Meal?

You want flies with that? McDonald’s Happy Meal shows no sign of decomposing after six months By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 9:13 AM on 13th October 2010 Looking almost as fresh as the day it was bought, this McDonald’s Happy Meal is in fact a staggering six months old. Photographed every day for the past half a year by Manhattan artist Sally Davies the kids meal of fries and burger is without a…

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How to make “Good Money” as a Human Lab Rat

It became very clear to me sometime in my early 20s that working for a living was a complete scam. After a couple of years spent clocking in 40-hour weeks, I realized that I wanted nothing to do with a system that offered me such meager compensation and ate up so much of my time. In a perfect world, my time would be mine to travel, learn to play the melodica and the sitar, download…

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Bill Gates “vaccines can reduce world population”

Following that, Bill Gates begins to describe how the first number — P (for People) — might be reduced. He says: “The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” You can watch this yourself at: http://www.naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=A… Reducing the world population through vaccines More:

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First Lady’s Child Nutrition Bill Stalls in House

By MARY CLARE JALONICK WASHINGTON (AP) – First lady Michelle Obama’s campaign for healthier school lunches has stalled in Congress after anti-hunger groups and more than 100 Democrats protested the use of food stamp dollars to pay for it. Passage of the child nutrition bill, which would improve lunches in schools and expand feeding programs for low-income students, has been a priority for Democrats and hunger groups for years. But the groups and many members…

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Denver may be Marijuaina Capital of U.S.A.

Denver now appears to have more marijuana dispensaries than liquor stores, Starbucks coffee shops or public schools, according to city and corporate records. A push by City Council members to regulate the medical marijuana industry and restrict where dispensaries can locate appears to have prompted a surge in sales-tax license applications, city officials say. As of last week, Denver had issued more than 300 sales-tax licenses for dispensaries. That number slightly exceeds the number of…

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Dick Gregory on Alex Jones

Alex welcomes to the show comedian, social activist, social critic, writer, and entrepreneur Dick Gregory. On September 10, Mr. Gregory announced he will be consuming only liquids beginning Sunday, September 12, until his eightieth birthday in 2012 until the real truth about the events of September 11, 2001, are made public. Dick Gregory has recorded numerous albums, including Dick Gregory’s Frankenstein and Dick Gregory Running for President, and is the author of several books, including Dick Gregory’s political primer and Dick Gregory’s…

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Ciclotte Excercise Bike

Yes, it’s ridiculously expensive, but the Ciclotte Exercise Bike ($10,700) is also the only piece of exercise equipment we’ve seen that screams to be seen instead of hidden in a bunker-like home gym. The Ciclotte features a complex dual satellite epicycloid transmission, a carbon-and-alcantara adjustable saddle, a touch-screen display, pedals placed closer to the saddle for correct biomechanics, a slender, unicycle-style frame, and unique carbon handlebars. Getting in shape never looked so good. Via: Uncrate

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Blue Gold: World Water Wars

“Hydrologists have become Hydrostitutes.” Water is a basic human right, the right to survive. “Blue Gold” reports on various powers trying to take control of the public’s water for profit and control. These powers fail to realize that people will not allow their water to be taken. People fight, because they must.

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Oleander Plant Soup Recipe for Fighting Cancer?

Medicinal use of the oleander plant dates back at least 3500 years. Historical records show that the Mesopotamians in the 15th century B.C. believed in the healing properties of oleander. The Babylonians used a mixture of oleander and licorice to treat hangovers. Roman soldiers also regularly took an oleander extract for hangovers. Pliny, the Elder of ancient Greece, wrote about the appearance and properties of oleander. Arab physicians first used oleander as a cancer treatment…

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