According to Monsanto’s press release, the company (recently bought by Bayer) is investing $125 million in gene editing technology with Pairwise Plants, a California agricultural startup that aims to develop gene edited corn, soybeans, cotton, canola crops, wheat, and potentially “strawberries or some other fruit.”
“My co-founders and I believe the technologies we have each been developing can have a profound impact in plant agriculture and will speed innovation that is badly needed to feed a growing population amid challenging conditions created by a changing climate.” – Pairwise founder J. Keith Joung
Developing foods that will “last longer” on store shelves is said to be the primary goal of this partnership…Read more
By Catherine J. Frompovich The recent NTP (National Toxicology Program) study confirmed rats exposed to microwave RFR (radiofrequency radiation) emitted by 2G and 3G broadband—not 4G, the current “top banana” generation microwave broadband used, soon to be replaced by 5G, were at increased risk for contracting cancer. NTP conducted toxicology studies in rats and mice…..Read more
An alarming video published in February by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has revealed some startling information about vaccine testing and approval procedures. Even the biggest supporter of vaccines will NOT believe their eyes! (The video – below – says it all.)Simply put, (and the evidence is undeniable) vaccines and related pharmaceuticals are literally….Read more & video
In the foreword to the book by Doctor Suzanne Humphries and Roman Bistrianyk entitled ‘Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History,’ Dr. Jayne L. M. Donegan sums up the vaccine ‘landscape’ that she and all MDs enter into as they become doctors: Despite questioning the safety and efficacity of vaccination by reputable medical men since its…Read more
By Aaron Kesel
The next deadly disease that will cause a global pandemic is coming, Bill Gates stated at a discussion on epidemics, hosted by the Massachusetts Medical Society and the New England Journal of Medicine, Business Insider reported.
“There’s one area though where the world isn’t making much progress,” Gates said, “and that’s pandemic preparedness.”
“In the case of biological threats, that sense of urgency is lacking,” he said. “The world needs to prepare for pandemics in the same serious way it prepares for war.”
According to Gates, a small non-state actor could build an even deadlier form of smallpox in a lab.
Read more at: Activist Post
By Catherine J. Frompovich Something is going on at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea that is not part of the official sporting events, but has showed up as a prime-time radiation experiment, “5G”. No one knows what to expect or how those who are exposed to the intense microwave radiation will react, since no….Read more