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  • Lab analysis finds near-meat and meat are not nutritionally equivalent

    07/06/2021 8:43:58 PM PDT · by karpov · 30 replies
    MedicalXpress ^ | Karl Leif Bates, Duke University School of Nursing
    Plant-based meat substitutes taste and chew remarkably similar to real beef, and the 13 items listed on their nutrition labels—vitamins, fats and protein—make them seem essentially equivalent. But a Duke University research team's deeper examination of the nutritional content of plant-based meat alternatives, using a sophisticated tool of the science known as "metabolomics," shows they're as different as plants and animals. Meat-substitute manufacturers have gone to great lengths to make the plant-based product as meaty as possible, including adding leghemoglobin, an iron-carrying molecule from soy, and red beet, berries and carrot extracts to simulate bloodiness. The texture of near-meat is...
  • Matthew McConaughey Promotes Universal Masking: ‘No Data that Says It’s Harmful’

    05/28/2021 6:58:20 PM PDT · by chief lee runamok · 81 replies
    breitbart ^ | 05/28/2021 | Hannah Bleau
    Actor Matthew McConaughey, who is weighing a gubernatorial bid in the state of Texas, is going to bat for universal mask wearing, expressing his belief that it does not take away an individual’s identity or freedom and asserting that no data exists showing the practice as harmful.
  • PRO-VAX DOC: “I CAN NO LONGER RECOMMEND THE VACCINE TO ANY INDIVIDUAL”

    05/28/2021 5:02:40 PM PDT · by Cathi · 16 replies
    BitChute ^ | May 28, 2021 | Jim Meehan, M.D.
    Another excellent video interview of Dr. Peter McCullough covering scientific info on permanent immunity from natural covid infection and the unacceptable dangers of the covid vaccine which he says are massively under reported in VAERS. He attributes much of the decreased covid numbers to 100,000,000 Americans having already had covid and to the success of treating covid with alternative protocols. Additional info from Dr. McCullough available at: https://americaoutloud.com/the-mccullough-report/
  • Scientist Discovers What May Cause COVID-19 Vaccine-Linked Blood Clots

    05/28/2021 7:36:32 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 38 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | 05/28/2021 | Jack Phillips
    A German team of researchers this week said they may have discovered what causes rare blood clots in some COVID-19 vaccine recipients.Rolf Marschalek, a professor at Goethe University in Frankfurt who has been involved in studies looking into the rare clotting condition caused by the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, said his researcher showed the issue may be triggered due to adenovirus vectors.An adenovirus—a common cold virus that can’t replicate—is the primary mechanism used by both the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, delivering the genetic instructions for the spike protein of the virus into the recipient’s body. Meanwhile, vaccines made by Moderna...
  • Bill Gates Funded the Company Releasing Gene-Hacked Mosquitoes

    05/10/2021 8:05:44 AM PDT · by Jan_Sobieski · 31 replies
    Futurism ^ | 04/28/2021 | DAN ROBITZSKI
    The British biotech company Oxitec is moving ahead with its controversial plan to release hundreds of millions of gene-hacked mosquitoes, an experimental new form of targeted pest control, in the Florida Keys.The goal is essentially to introduce a new genetically altered version of the Aedes aegypti mosquito — which can spread diseases like dengue and malaria — that can only hatch male, non-biting offspring, in order to gradually reduce the population.A connection that has gone mostly unremarked during the experiment’s rollout is the involvement of Microsoft co-founder and public health philanthropist Bill Gates in the funding of the company, confirmed...
  • The First Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Have Just Been Released in The US

    05/06/2021 9:41:44 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 48 replies
    https://www.sciencealert.com ^ | NICOLETTA LANESE | 6 MAY 2021
    The biotech firm Oxitec has released its genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys, with the goal of suppressing wild, disease-carrying mosquito populations in the region. This is the first time genetically modified mosquitoes have been released in the US. Oxitec previously released its modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in Brazil, the Cayman Islands, Panama, and Malaysia, and the company reported that local A. aegypti populations fell by at least 90 percent in those locations, Live Science previously reported. A. aegypti can carry diseases such as Zika, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever, and releasing modified mosquitoes offers a way to control...
  • Scientists Built an Artificial Cell That Grows And Divides Like a Natural One

    03/29/2021 12:31:53 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 50 replies
    Science Alert ^ | 29 MARCH 2021 | PETER DOCKRILL
    In a new first for genetic engineering, scientists have developed a single-celled synthetic organism that grows and divides much like a normal cell, mimicking aspects of the cell division cycle that underlies and generates healthy living cellular life. The achievement, demonstrated in an engineered unicellular bacteria-like life form called JCVI-syn3A, is the result of decades of genomic sequencing and analysis by scientists, exploring the roles individual genes play inside living creatures. This organism, called JCVI-syn3.0, only possessed 473 genes in total – shorter than any known self-sustaining, living organism in the natural world. But while JCVI-syn3.0's miniaturized genetic toolkit enabled...
  • A bug acquired the DNA of a toxic plant, and now it’s running rampant

    03/27/2021 1:09:54 PM PDT · by House Atreides · 49 replies
    BGR.com ^ | March 26, 2021 | Chris Smith
    “...A bug known as a whitefly received a gene from a plant, and that DNA influx... changed it... The bug has been causing massive damage to tomato, potato, and tobacco crops, as the new gene allowed it to evade protections that plants develop against these pests.... ...As far as we know, ours is the first example of horizontal transfer of a functional gene from plant to animal,”... ...horizontal gene transfer occurs when a species gets genetic code from another species and... incorporates those genes in its DNA. Genes are typically transmitted vertically, from parents to offspring, and don’t involve inter-species...
  • COVID-19 News: Harvard And MIT Study Alarmingly Shows That SARS-CoV-2 RNA Integrates Into Human Genome With Varying Implications

    03/23/2021 11:02:22 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 156 replies
    thailandmedical.news ^ | Dec 17, 2020 | Covid-19 news
    [ransomnote: The article below describes evidence (not yet certified by peer review) that SARS-CoV-2 RNAs (viruses) can be reverse transcribed. Note that "reverse" here points to the fact that DNA normally transcribes (codes) RNA, not the other way around.] COVID-19 News: A new study by researchers from Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research-Cambridge, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering-Harvard University, Department of Biology-Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences-Harvard University have alarmingly discovered that the SARS-CoV-2 RNA is reverse-transcribed and integrated into the human genome. These study findings have a wide range of...
  • How soon will the Left eat their own?

    01/19/2021 4:38:22 AM PST · by george76 · 25 replies
    Jon Rappoport ^ | January 18, 2021 | Jon Rappoport
    Hey. I’m always here to offer advice to the Left, to make their road smoother, to point them in the direction of fellow travelers they should cancel for deficiencies of “wokeness.” Let’s start with the issue of GMOs, poisonous Roundup, and Monsanto (now swallowed up by Bayer). Joe Biden is going to appoint Mr. Monsanto, Tom Vilsack, as his Secretary of Agriculture. Tommy boy held that post under Obama. The Organic Consumers Association writes [1] (see also [2], [3], [4]): “If, like us, you dream of an organic, regenerative food system led by independent family farmers, then news that Joe...
  • To fix Africa's hunger problem, bring on genetically modified crops

    10/27/2020 6:29:44 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 10/27/2020 | Vijay Jayaraj
    The economic situation in Africa has improved a lot since the 1990s.  Yet rampant poverty and food insecurity still impact millions of lives there. Currently, there is a huge demand-supply gap in the agricultural sector.  At least three hundred million are malnourished. The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization defines food security as "a situation that exists when all people, at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life." Africa's agricultural sector needs to be strengthened to meet the demand for quality food.  In...
  • Jellyfish-lamb Hybrid Ends Up as Meat at French Slaughterhouse

    06/23/2015 12:10:50 PM PDT · by palmer · 13 replies
    laboratoryequipment.com ^ | Tue, 06/23/2015 - 12:29pm | Seth Augenstein, Digital Reporter
    A lamb that was genetically modified with jellyfish genes for advanced research was sold to a slaughterhouse for meat in France, according to European news accounts. An investigation to find out how the genetically-altered animal ended up as meat is underway, according to Le Parisien, the French newspaper that broke the story. "Rubis, the lamb, was found on a plate. Who ate her? No one knows. All that's known is the meat left a French slaughterhouse in November 2014" according to Le Parisien. The story states Rubis came from a program started in 2009 called "Green Mutton" within the scientific...
  • New technique delivers complete DNA sequences of chromosomes inherited from mother and father

    05/19/2020 9:31:27 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 17 replies
    University of Adelaide ^ | May 7 2020 | Cathy Parker
    An international team of scientists led by the University of Adelaide's Davies Research Centre has shown that it is possible to disentangle the DNA sequences of the chromosomes inherited from the mother and the father, to create true diploid genomes from a single individual. In a report published in Nature Communications, and funded by the Davies Research Centre over the past 15 years, the researchers have shown that genomes of two important modern-day cattle breeds, Angus (Bos taurus taurus) and Brahman (Bos taurus indicus), can be completely decoded from a single hybrid individual carrying the genetics of both breeds, using...
  • Hit pause on gene editing: We have no idea what our attempts to play god with the human genome will unleash on humanity.

    01/22/2020 7:09:31 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 22 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 01/22/2020 | By John Stonestreet and Roberto Rivera
    As I said in a BreakPoint commentary last month, gene-editing technologies such as CRISPR and what’s being called “Prime Editing” are “existential threats.” We have no idea what our attempts to play god with the human genome will unleash on humanity. Yet, we insist on charging ahead despite our imperfect knowledge with an unbounded confidence in our abilities.Coming from a concerned non-scientist like me, these concerns can be easily dismissed as alarmist, but what if the concern comes from the Director of the National Institutes of Health?It turns out that Francis Collins is also concerned. In a recent article in...
  • What and how much we eat might change our internal clocks and hormone responses

    11/10/2019 3:06:54 AM PST · by tired&retired · 65 replies
    Science Daily ^ | November 8, 2019
    For the first time, a study shows how glucocorticoid hormones, such as cortisol, control sugar and fat levels differently during day and night, feeding and fasting, rest and activity, over the course of 24 hours. The research conducted in mice found that the time-of-day dependent metabolic cycle is altered by high caloric diet. Since glucocorticoids are widely used drugs for the treatment of inflammatory diseases, these findings published in Molecular Cell suggest that lean and obese patients might respond differently to steroid therapy. Finally, it reveals the biological function of daily rhythms of hormone secretion (high before awakening and feeding,...
  • Scientists Predict Meatless Burgers That “Taste Better Than Meat”: Don't Buy The Hype

    11/14/2019 8:13:16 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 66 replies
    Hotair ^ | 11/14/2019 | Jazz Shaw
    Is the hype of the plant-based burger craze and laboratory-grown beef already outstripping the reality? I’ve seen varying taste test reports on the Impossible Whopper and similar offerings, ranging from the ecstatic to the disgusted, but even the real fans aren’t saying that it’s better than a finely grilled burger. At most, they say it’s hard to tell the difference. But now we’re hearing from some of the scientists looking into these experimental monstrosities and they’re claiming that in the very near future, plant-based or lab-cultured “meat” is going to taste better than actual beef. What does that even...
  • Three Percent of the World’s Population Died in the 1918 Flu Pandemic

    01/28/2018 9:29:30 AM PST · by beaversmom · 42 replies
    http://www.history.com/news/spanish-flu ^ | January 26, 2018 | DAN JONES AND MARINA AMARAL
    Blue lips. Blackened skin. Blood leaking from noses and mouths. Coughing fits so intense they ripped muscles. Crippling headaches and body pains that felt like torture. These were the symptoms of a disease that was first recorded in Haskell County, Kansas, one hundred years ago this week, in January 1918. From Kansas the illness spread quickly: not only throughout the U.S. but across the world. Eventually (if misleadingly) it became known as Spanish flu. And while its effects on the body were awful, the mortality rate was truly terrifying. During a pandemic that lasted two years from its outbreak in...
  • Crystal Sugar CEO blasts anti-GMO movement, Texas Sen. Cruz

    12/03/2015 3:28:02 PM PST · by VinL · 30 replies
    SunHerald ^ | 12/3/15 | D. Kolpack
    The head of the nation's largest sugar beet cooperative said Thursday that shareholders will see improved results this year, but two of his group's biggest challenges are the anti-genetically modified foods movement and Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz. American Crystal Sugar Co. CEO David Berg received the only round of applause during his speech to the group's annual meeting when he challenged Cruz to a debate over the Republican presidential candidate's call to do away with government support for the sugar industry. "We will defend the sugar program for a long, long time," Berg said, pretending he was addressing...
  • We could feed one million people living in colonies on Mars

    09/25/2019 7:58:13 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 45 replies
    .astronomy.com ^ | Wednesday, September 25, 2019 | Erika K. Carlson |
    With bugs, algae and other resource-efficient foods we could feed one million people on Mars within a century of arriving there. Scientists even invented a martian diet. Cannon and colleagues modeled the food needs of a human population on Mars that grows to one million over about a hundred Earth years through a combination of immigration and reproduction. Though the settlement would need to import a lot of food at the start, it could transition to an entirely Martian-grown diet in about a century with the right food choices, they found. The major limiting factor is space — or rather,...
  • Marianne Williamson is the only candidate to bring up Food Policy

    07/02/2019 10:06:43 AM PDT · by CondoleezzaProtege · 91 replies
    Food and Wine ^ | Jun 28, 2019 | Adam Campbell-Schmitt
    “We’ve got to get deeper than just these superficial fixes, as important as they are..." “We don’t have a healthcare system in the United States, we have a sickness care system in the United States. We just wait ’til somebody gets sick and then we talk about who’s going to pay for the treatment and how they’re going to be treated. What we need to talk about why so many Americans have unnecessary chronic illnesses, so many more compared to other countries. And that gets back not just into Big Pharma, not just health insurance companies, it has to do...