Thursday, April 24, 2014

The loa loa is a roundworm species that lives in mammals’ eyes

The larvae develop in horseflies and are passed to mammals like humans through a fly bite. If it gets into the eye tissue, hosts can feel it moving in the eye and can see it floating in there if it’s big enough. The worm is easily killed using antibiotics or is extracted through minor surgery, though it can live inside a human for up to 17 years if left untreated.

Video of a 19cm worm being removed from a man’s eye: here

Monday, April 21, 2014

These photographs show a human botfly being surgically removed from a boy's eyeball

Female botflies capture mosquitoes and attach their eggs to the mosquitoes body. They then release it. Eventually the mosquito makes its way to an animal and bites it, inserting the eggs while it feeds on the blood. The eggs then gestate under the skin and hatch as a larva. The larvae develop within the subcutaneous layers for up to eight weeks before they drop out and pupate beneath the soil.

This is one of the only known examples of a botfly infecting a human eye. The case study was first published in the July 2000 issue of Archives of Ophthalmology, and explains:
"A 5-YEAR-OLD boy with inferior orbital swelling and an erythematous mass arising from the inferior cul-de-sac of his right eye (Figure 1 and Figure 2 to the right) was seen by an Air Force Mobile Ophthalmic Surgical Team working in a rural area of the Republic of Honduras. The respiratory pore of a late-stage larva of the human botfly (Dermatobia hominis) was located in the anterior orbit. The larva was gently removed under general anesthesia through a small incision in the conjunctiva (Figure 3, Figure 4, and Figure 5 to the right)."

Brunei Sultan Rules Death By Stoning For Gay People

 In a shift to a harsh Islamic penal code, the leader of the southeast Asian country of Brunei has mandated the death penalty for a wide variety of offenses, including homosexuality.
While the punishment for same-sex relations was previously 10 years in prison in Brunei, those found guilty will now be subjected to death by stoning. source

Bald Eagle chasing The Great Blue Heron

This award-winning photograph was taken by Owen Deutsch in Fox Lake, IL and is a North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) 2011 Top 10 Showcase Winner. This Bald Eagle was chasing the Great Blue Heron away from the eggs in her nest. It wasn’t trying to kill the Heron or she would have done so long before this once in a lifetime shot was captured.

cow nosed rays

Every year tens of thousands of golden rays, also known as cow nosed rays, make a biannual migration between Western Florida and the Yucatan Peninsula. They are known to school in groups of 10,000 or more during their exodus. These shots were snapped off the coast of Mexico by Sandra Critelli, an amateur photographer and printed in Britain's Daily Telegraph.

Never judge a book by its cover

Never judge a book by its cover. At an event in blistering heat this Marine (The Lone Marine) had to stand at salute the entire time, to cool him down this group of bikers gave him cold water and fanned him.

Faith in humanity = RESTORED!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Gummy Bears Are Made From The Left Over Bones And Muscles Of Dead Animals

Where do you get your protein? From Gummy Bears? Most people are slaves to their taste buds. Besides the chicken, eggs, pork, vinegar, mushrooms, algae, milk, cheese, beef, peanuts, corn, alcohol, tabacco, chocolate, black tea, coffee, yogurt, ice cream, all fermented foods, sugar, artificial sweetners, honey, molasses, fructose, and now added to the list are Gummy Bears. They are made from the left over bones and muscles of dead animals. source

The Cop Who Pepper Sprayed Peaceful Students Will Receive $38,056 for Emotional Suffering

The cop who mercilessly doused peaceful, seated protesters with pepper spray recently claimed he has psychological injuries from the incident and demanded workman’s compensation. And California is granting it to him. The University of California, Davis — a tax funded college — will pay the fired assailant $38,056 to ease his emotional suffering. source

Explosive New Shroud Of Turin Theory Explains Jesus Image

"What makes a really good scientist is a healthy disregard for limits and conventions that say " you can't do this or that" I Hope I never lose that"---Taylor Wilson ... the young scientist who built a fusion reactor at age 14.
I the spirit of disregard for limits and conventions and NOT allowing anyone to tell you " You can't believe this or that, or you have to believe this.." and since it is coming up on the holiday of Easter we will submit this post for your examination.
I never examined or cared to examine the Shroud of Turin until about two years ago. I thought it to be nothing but fiction and fables on steroids. A "random" event caused me to stop, look and listen. You will find it in Chapter 9 of the new Book " In Search of a Quantum God" If you are looking for the truth ...and nothing but the truth as I was... LIKE our site and watch for the release of the Book:
" In search of the Quantum God" Coming Soon World Wide ...with e-book available here and old school covered editions in your local book store  link 

Catholic Church Owns Company That Sells Pornography

The Catholic Church is again in another controversy. This time the ownership of a billion-dollar German media company that has been reported selling some pornographic materials, which is against its philosophy and teachings.

A report from online news provider has revealed that the German company Weltbild, the largest media firm selling books, DVDs, music and more also happens to sell pornographic materials and other erotica. source

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Former World Banker Says Second Species - Hominids Controls Earth!

"The group that's behind the network of control... One of these groups are hominids, they're not human beings. They are very smart, they are not creative, they are mathematical. They had a much stronger force in the earlier ice-age. They have elongated skulls, they may produce offspring in mating with female humans, but that offspring is not fertile. source

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Chinese countryside has begun selling tinned "fresh air"

A mountainous county in the Chinese countryside has begun selling tinned "fresh air" to aid urban residents sick of the smog.

Tourism and environmental staff have been busy collecting air from the Laojun Mountain in the country's central Henan Province. source

Operation Highjump: The Untold Story of the UFO War in Antarctica

The naval component of Operation Highjump was known as Task Force 68 and comprised 4700 military personnel, one aircraft carrier (the USS Philippine Sea among the largest of all carriers of the time), and number of naval support ships and aircraft. The Naval expedition was headed by famed polar explore Admiral Richard Byrd, who had been ordered to: “to consolidate and extend American sovereignty over the largest practical area of the Antarctic continent.”

The destructive technology used by the UFOs in the Soviet intelligence report was not something that had been developed by the defeated Nazis who had only shortly before been forced to retreat to the South Atlantic. It appears the UFOs were not intent on destroying Task Force 68, but forcing it to turn back. source

‘Jesus’ Wife’ Papyrus Not Fake, Scientific Tests Say

Scientists now say that an antiquated piece of papyrus containing an excerpt concerning the alleged wife of Jesus Christ is not in fact a forgery.

According to the results of a carbon dating test just now released, the so-called “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” unveiled at a conference in Rome a year-and-a-half-ago could have originated as far back as the 700s, shattering allegations that the fragment of paper had been produced more recently by fraudsters. source

Thursday, April 10, 2014

U.S. Government finally Officially admits to Existence of Area 51

Thanks to the internet, the concept of a government secret base has been rendered little more than a quaint James Bond plot. For example, in decades past, the public only had conjecture and hearsay to feed its curiosity about the inner workings of the US government’s shadowy military base on the southern shore of Nevada’s Groom Lake, a site better known as “Area 51.”' source

What your Face Says About your Personality

Say what??! "Yes, your face is saying something," says Jean Haner, an expert in face reading and author of The Wisdom of Your Face. "You're born with the features you have for a reason. The face is a map of your personality as well as your whole life." Hot off the heels of a study that revealed whether you're a fling or wife-y material, we wanted to know more about what our eyes, nose, mouth, etc., are telling the world. Here, Haner lays out what your facial features communicate about you (or your BF or BFF), based on her studies in 3,000-year-old face reading derived from Chinese medicine. Want a personalized reading of your own? source

CIA Knows What Happened To Malaysia Plane

The CIA base in Australia knows what happened to the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane, says a prominent analyst.

“The CIA base in Alice Springs, Australia, knows precisely what happened to that plane,” said Kevin Barrett in a Press TV interview on Monday, pointing to the base’s access to military radar and satellite coverage in the area. source

Prisoners 'Could Serve 1,000 Year Sentence In Eight Hours'

Future biotechnology could be used to trick a prisoner's mind into thinking they have served a 1,000 year sentence, a group of scientists have claimed.

Philosopher Rebecca Roache is in charge of a team of scholars focused upon the ways futuristic technologies might transform punishment. source 

The Truth About Long Hair

Our culture leads people to believe that hair style is a matter of personal preference, that hair style is a matter of fashion and/or convenience, and that how people wear their hair is simply a cosmetic issue. Back in the Viet Nam war however, an entirely different picture emerged, one that has been carefully covered up and hidden from public view. source

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

9-Month-Old Boy Accused Of Attempted Murder In Pakistan

 Mohammad Musa might not be old enough to have taken his first step or sounded his first word, but that has not stopped a Pakistani court from charging the 9-month-old boy with attempted murder.
The infant, along with his father and other family members, were booked for allegedly attacking police and gas company officials with rocks and wooden rods in a working class neighborhood of Lahore on February 1. source

Pyramids Globally Beaming Energy To Mysterious Space Cloud

 NASA and the European Space Agency have been warning the world for two years about the approaching catastrophes that may unfold during 2012 to 2013. Few listened.
Although NASA covered up the strange photon cloud that's now enveloped the solar system, the word has leaked out from some scientists.
And now, as the ominous cloud approaches it's affecting the sun and planets in measurable ways. source

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Flight 370 The CIA Hoax

Today we are told that the fate of Flight 370 is known, not yet identified debris has been spotted in what is called “the Southern Indian Ocean,” perhaps more appropriately described as “north of Antarctica.”

We also know that the 777/200 is a “fly by wire” aircraft with controls in place that allow the CIA to remotely pilot the plane “in case of emergency.” We were able to verify the design and implementation of this system through Boeing, Raytheon and commercial pilots. source

Baby Poop Sausages Is Good For Your Health, Scientists Say

The impetus for this irresistible clickbait was a study published recently in carnivorous research journal Meat Science, in which Spanish researchers developed sausages using three strains of bacteria isolated from infants’ feces. (The reason the story broke out in Australia is that a media-savvy Australian scientist with the surprisingly apt name of Hani Al-Salami granted WA Today an interview about the study. source

In Russia, Boys Learn To Use Military Equipment – In America, Boys Learn To Play Video Games And Ogle Women

The way that boys are raised in Russia is very different from how boys are raised in the United States. In Russia, boys as young as five years old are taught survival skills, learn how to use military equipment and are trained in hand to hand combat. Boys as young as twelve are taught to fire assault rifles and some of them even get to experience real paratrooper training. In the United States, on the other hand, we tend to baby our boys. They become experts in skills such as ordering fast food, playing video games and ogling women. In many cases, American boys never even learn how to act like men, and that becomes glaringly apparent once they grow up. So in the long run, which nation do you think will be better off – Russia or America? source

Swiss Scientists: Atlantis Was On Mars & Ancient Egypt Traded With Them

Swiss scientists say they can prove beyond a doubt that the Lost City of Atlantis was on Mars, and its astronauts traded with ancient Egypt for a significant period of time!

Even more incredible, they claim to have the evidence to show that the legendary King Tut died spectacularly in a space shuttle crash with an alien crew. source

Is This the Photographic Proof That Fairies Are REAL?

Proof? University lecturer John Hyatt claims he now has photographic evidence fairies are real and are residing in the Rossendale Valley

Is this the photographic proof that fairies are real?

Lecturer John Hyatt claims to have captured these images of the mythical creatures in the Rossendale Valley, Lancashire. source

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Animals Fleeing Yellowstone Spark Fears Of Super Volcanic Eruption

Animals naturally sense disasters way before humans. This internal warning allows them to sense tremors and pressure in the earth’s surface even before volcanic outbreaks activate. Therefore, many animals are able to escape from an area before the eruption occurs. source

Vatican Cocaine-filled Condoms Parcel Seized By German Customs Officers

The box addressed to the Vatican contained cocaine valued at £33,000. German customs officials have intercepted a package addressed to the Vatican containing 14 condoms filled with cocaine.

A government spokesman said a box packed with 340 grammes of the drug, valued at €40,000 (£33,470), was seized in January at the international airport in the eastern city of Leipzig.
The cocaine, posted from an unnamed South American country, was in liquid form. It had been poured into the condoms and placed in the package addressed to the main postal centre at the Vatican. source

Facebook plans to build solar-powered drones capable of providing internet to the whole planet

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced over the weekend that the company is putting together a lab where engineers (including researchers from NASA) will build flying drones, satellites and infrared lasers capable of beaming internet to the two-thirds of the world that currently doesn't have access.

Massive UFO Pulls Up To The Space Station On Cam

This object seems to have matched speed with the ISS. After the UFO Shows up from nowhere is slowly fades away. We can only see the outer edge of the craft, but that is enough to tell us this is one massive UFO,” source

Man's Penis Bursts After Sex

 In a suspected case of ulunyoka (spell to stop lover from cheating), a Cowdray Park man's organ apparently burst a few days after bedding a 'cursed' married woman.

A reliable source said Cain was in an extra marital affair with a married woman whose husband is based in South Africa. source

Snowden Might Reveal US War plans to China, Russia

Former US intelligence officials have warned that American whistleblower Edward Snowden might disclose US war plans to China and Russia, according to a report.

The Hill reported in an article on Wednesday that “US officials might not know for years whether former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden divulged war plans to China and Russia.” source

Egyptian Archaeologist Admits That Pyramids Contains UFO Technology

Just read this article and then think about what you just read? The Head of Archeology at Cairo University has Stated that the Theory that the Great Pyramid was Built by Aliens has Great Validity recently at a Summit. This is Amazing stuff for a Number of Reasons. source

Cheeseburgers As Bad For You As Cigarettes

Eating a cheeseburger could be as bad for you as smoking cigarettes.

This is according to researchers at University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology, who tracked the diets of more than 6,300 over 50 for almost two decades. source

The Real Life Superman – Slavisa Pajkic

Human conductor Slavisa Pajkic has scientists scratching their heads because he can withstand high voltages without feeling a thing.

Known as 'Battery Man', the machinist claims he can act as an insulator, conductor and even a heater.

Videos on the internet show the 54-year-old powering up a lightbulb and cooking sausages by using energy stored in his body. source

The Lion's Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world

The Lion's Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before the dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.

The largest can grow to about 6 meters and have tentacles over 50 meters long.

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