By Ishtar Babilu Dingir
As a 60-year-old, I find it bizarre when people insist that our blue skies were always criss-crossed with blurred white lines. In my memory, they really were not that way. Even 20 years ago, the skies were clearer and bluer, and the thinner contrails from aeroplanes, which are much higher up, dispersed within minutes … unlike the metallic sheen from chemtrails which blocks the sun for half the day.
But it seems that how ever much evidence is provided to show that chemtrailing is a real and present danger to humanity, many cannot face even looking up to see them for fear that their whole world view would then come tumbling down.
It seems that some people need to tell themselves stories – no matter how unlikely the plotlines – about their lives, in order to stay sane. They are like children who refuse to grow up … while the rest of us had to put away our toys some time ago. So I doubt this latest report will make much of an impact on them. But it is a welcome confirmation for those of us who are continually being told by the Child Catchers that we are crazy to ‘believe in’ chemtrails. Continue reading
By Carolanne Wright
Is it possible that the simple act of drinking green tea can help protect your brain against Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease? A multitude of studies have looked into the effects that the tea has on neurological health — and the results are promising. Continue reading