Where did the human protein and DNA come from?
There are three main sources of human protein in vaccines: (1) fetal cell lines, (2) human albumin derived from human blood and (3) human albumin genetically engineered from yeast.
The human DNA in vaccines comes from the MRC-5 fetal cell line (see below).
Human Protein from Fetal Cell Lines
The MRC-5 cell line was developed in September 1966 from lung tissue taken from a 14 [...]
Heart disease was basically unknown to doctors before 1911, then Crisco was introduced. Then people started dropping like flies. Bottom line, people ate large quantities of lard and animal fat for 1,000s of years with no heart disease. Heart disease was first written up as a medical condition by a medical doctor in 1921.
Hog farmers wouldn’t feed hydrogenated oils foods to their pigs because hogs die from eating foods containing these oils. [...]
Ground-breaking theory holds that quantum substances form the soul
They are part of the fundamental structure of the universe
A near-death experience happens when quantum substances which form the soul leave the nervous system and enter the universe at large, according to a remarkable theory proposed by two eminent scientists.
According to this idea, consciousness is a program for a quantum computer in the brain which can persist in the universe even after [...]
I believe this. A few years ago I went out for a few drinks with my mate. Whilst walking down the street a pissed woman who was having an argument with her pissed boyfriend suddenly ran up to my friend and slapped him in the face completely unprovoked.
She had a ring on her slap hand and this made my mate’s face bleed. Instinctively, he punched her in the face, justifiably [...]
(NaturalNews) If you think drinking green tea seems to make your thinking more clear, you probably aren’t imagining it. Research just published in the journal Molecular Nutrition & Food Research reveals natural properties of green tea actually affect the generation of new brain cells linked to improved memory and spatial learning. This adds to the growing list of documented green tea benefits which include building stronger bones and potentially fighting prostate cancer.
Severe depression and chronic stress can shrink the brain by blocking the formation of new nerve connections, a study has shown.
The effect disrupts circuits associated with mental functioning and emotion.
It could explain why people with major depressive disorder (MDD) suffer from concentration and memory loss, as well as blunted emotional responses.
Several genes involved in building synapses, the connection points between brain cells, were suppressed in people with MDD, scientists found.
Older bees ‘stay young’ when doing tasks normally handled by younger bees
Remain mentally sharp ‘for as long as we observe them’ says researcher
The secret to living a longer life may lie in the way that bees think.
Scientists at Arizona State University discovered that older honey bees can effectively reverse brain aging when they take on responsibilities typically handled by much younger bees.
As bees have the same kind of brain cells [...]
[NEWS 6 June] A study led by Karolinska Institutet reports for the first time the positive effects of an active vaccine against Alzheimer’s disease. The new vaccine, CAD106, can prove a breakthrough in the search for a cure for this seriously debilitating dementia disease. The study is published in the distinguished scientific journal Lancet Neurology.
Alzheimer’s disease is a complex neurological dementia disease that is the cause of much human suffering [...]
A single genetic tweak is all that is needed to turn ordinary skin cells into functioning brain cells, scientists have shown
A single genetic tweak is all that is needed to turn ordinary skin cells into functioning brain cells, scientists have shown.
The research could help to treat Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other brain diseases.
Working in the laboratory, US scientists transferred a single gene called Sox2 into both mouse and human skin cells.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Our long time friend and regular contributor Manos has been keeping us abreast of the day-to-day goings on in Greece for the better part of three years. Suffice it to say, it’s getting worse with very little hope of resolution to the economic and political woes facing the country, as well as its European neighbors.
The following is a first person perspective of the realities on the [...]
May 17, 2012
The use of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has been long associated with fatty liver disease, diabetes and increases in obesity, but a new study has investigated its effects on the brain. HFCS is an inexpensive ingredient added to fast food and fizzy drinks and is 6 times sweeter than sugar obtained from sugar cane.
The study by UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) studied the effect [...]
Eating too much sugar can eat away at your brainpower, according to US scientists who published a study Tuesday showing how a steady diet of high-fructose corn syrup sapped lab rats’ memories.
Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) fed two groups of rats a solution containing high-fructose corn syrup — a common ingredient in processed foods — as drinking water for six weeks.
One group of rats was supplemented [...]
Depression affects one in four of us at some point of our lives, but controversy still reigns over how to best treat the debilitating condition.
Now scientists have found that a type of ‘magnetic therapy’ – which involves no brain-altering drugs or invasive procedures – could be a potent new treatment.
A team from the University of California Los Angeles were testing NeuroStar TMS Therapy, which works by beaming magnetic pulses through [...]
A copyediting error appears to be responsible for critical features of the human brain that distinguish us from our closest primate kin, new research finds.
When tested out in mice, researchers found this “error” caused the rodents’ brain cells to move into place faster and enabled more connections between brain cells.
When any cell divides, it first copies its entire genome. During this process, it can make errors. The cell usually fixes errors [...]
‘Duplicated gene’ allowed man to talk and transmit knowledge
Humans share 96% of genome with chimpanzees
Instant leap in brain evolution let early man leave our ‘cousins’ behind
It is a question that has long puzzled scientists. What made our ancestors break away from apes and advance so dramatically?
Now researchers believe they may have explained the missing link – a duplicated gene.
Researchers believe that a copy of gene SRGAP2, which appeared in ‘ape [...]
Forget expensive private tutors and brain-boosting vitamins. The key to exam success could be as simple as a glass of water.
Students who took a drink into the exam hall did up to 10 per cent better than those who did not – the difference between a grade.
Although it is unclear why a drink should help, one theory is that information flows more freely between brain cells when they are well [...]
Alcohol ‘switches’ off brain region that encodes memory – and some are more vulnerable than others
Not necessarily because people drink more
Waking up after a heavy night’s drinking and being fuzzy about what happened is an experience many people have had.
It’s often said that alcohol killing off brain cells is behind the blackouts, but according to a study what’s actually happening is that booze is preventing new memories being recorded in [...]
Mice on high-fat diet grow four times as many cells in one part of the brain
Change occurs in weeks
Mice with new cells put on more weight than others – even if both are on high-fat diet
Growth of ‘tanycyte’ cells – also found in humans
Cream tea? High-fat diets pile on weight around the midriff – but in mice at least, they seem to cause ‘growth’ inside the brain
High-fat diets pile on [...]
Did you know that aborted babies are being chopped up and sold to medical researchers all over America? There is a federal law which is supposed to ban this practice, but it contains a gigantic loophole that abortion clinics are using to sell huge amounts of aborted baby parts to the scientific community. The loophole in the federal law allows “reasonable payments associated with the transportation, implantation, processing, preservation, quality [...]
The secret to staying slim may be all in your genes.
Scientists believe they have found the ‘gluttony gene’ which fails to tell your brain when you are full.
In tests on mice, they showed that a mutation on a single gene broke down communication in the body and led to non-stop eating and rapid weight gain.
But the good news is, they hope identifying the gene could help with treatments for obesity [...]
An electrical brain-stimulation technique used to treat Parkinson’s disease and chronic pain appears to enhance human memory as well, according to a tiny but intriguing new study that bolsters hope for one day developing a nondrug treatment for memory problems, including ailments like Alzheimer’s disease.
The new study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, focused on seven patients with severe epilepsy whose memory abilities ranged from normal to severely [...]