Friday, August 23, 2013

The Great Heart Bypass Scam

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The Great Heart Bypass Scam

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Friday, August 16, 2013

Erowid Monthly: Aug 2013

Erowid Monthly: Aug 2013
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Online w/images at: http://erowid.org/announce/monthly
_2013-08.shtml

MATCHING CHALLENGE UPDATE
We still have $16,761 remaining in matching
 funds for contributions
of $125 or more made during August. Please
 help support our new
Wisdom Cycle project, gathering the views of
 elders who have used
psychedelics, by making a donation to Erowid 
Center before Aug 31st!
Read more or donate at the URL below:

http://erowid.org/wisdom_cycle

And help spread the word by sharing this URL and info about the
Wisdom Cycle challenge with others.


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IN HISTORY... 228 YEARS AGO TODAY
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Narcophile Thomas de Quincey, author of
 Confessions of an English
Opium Eater, was born on August 15, 1785. 
The full text of his
seminal work is now in our online library.

http://erowid.org/characters/dequincey_thomas/
english_opium-eater.shtml


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EVENTS
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Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics
(Oct 11-13, 2013) in New York, NY
http://horizonsnyc.org/

With the goal of opening a fresh dialogue on the
role of psychedelics
in medicine, culture, history, spirituality, and 
creativity, the
seventh annual Horizons conference will be hel
 at Judson Memorial
Church in New York. Earth and Fire Erowid will be
 presenting!


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LATEST ADDITIONS
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1) Aliens, Insectoids, And Elves! Oh, My!
https://erowid.org/chemicals/dmt/dmt_article3.shtml

Terence McKenna's "self-transforming machine elves"--discarnate
entities contacted via the use of DMT--are by now well known within
psychonautic circles. Is entity contact a phenomenon tied to this
endogenous tryptamine, or do other psychedelics pony-up pixies, too?
Jon Hanna investigates in this preview from his forthcoming book,
DMT Underground.


2) Teatime: Bringing It Up
http://erowid.org/columns/teafaerie/2013/08/15/bringing-it-up/

Are fewer women interested in entheogenic experiences than men?
If not, then what explains the limited number of female presenters
at psychedelic events? The Teafaerie tackles this touchy topic,
while lauding the efforts of those who produce the annual Women's
Visionary Congress.


3) Andrew Sewell Character Vault
http://erowid.org/characters/sewell_andrew/sewell_andrew.shtml

Sadly one of our favorite colleagues, Dr. Andrew Sewell, passed away
on July 21, due to complications related to a surgical procedure.
Andrew was an intelligent, thoughtful, humorous man, who often
provided assistance in answering complex technical questions about
science and research. As one of the most prolific young scientists
pioneering in the arena of psychedelic research and as dear friend
of Erowid, Andrew will be sorely missed.


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CREW NOTES
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To all members: The new issue of Erowid
 Extracts is on its way
and should be in your mailbox or email inbox 
within days, after being
delayed for a month due to printing problems. 
The printer we've
worked with for 11 years produces excellent 
quality but encountered
an unexpected situation that delayed this issue.

Reminder: The Shulgin Lab Book Contest continues.
 We've had a number
of corrections submitted, but no one has yet made 
suggestions about
most interesting content. Check out the contest here:

http://erowid.org/shulgin_labbooks/shulgin
_labbooks_contest.shtml


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FROM THE VAULTS
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4) Use and Abuse Still with Us...
http://erowid.org/psychoactives/humor/humor
_joke4.shtml

With so many emerging drugs of possible 
concern, this month within
"From The Vaults" we take a look back nearly
two decades at a
compound that is in such widespread use it 
now appears to truly be
an epidemic. While vaporizers have been fairly 
"old hat" for some
time now, new membrane purification 
techniques in common use today
are making ever-more potent material 
available 
to users of any age.
(It has been said that anyone who has ever
 tried it, invariably
will attempt to score more.) Although it goes
 by a slew of different
slang terms these days, back in 1994--when
 this FAQ came out--the
popular street names included "liquid crystal",
 "hot ice", and "W".



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MORE NEW CONTENT
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5) NBOMe Bits: Cyclodextrin Delivery
http://erowid.org/chemicals/nbome/nbome_
bits.shtml

The EMCDDA notes that NBOME compounds 
are sometimes treated with a
procedure new to street drugs, in order to help 
increase their
absorption/potency.


6) ASK EROWID - (1 new)
http://erowid.org/ask/ask.php?DateRange&Y1
=2013&M1=08&D1=01&M2=08&D2=15

 Do audio recordings from the Good Friday 
&T1=2013-08-01&T2=2013-08-15

 The New Science of Psychedelics, by David 
Jay Brown (2013)
 http://erowid.org/library/books/new_science_psychedelics.shtml

 Drug War Heresies, by Robert J MacCoun &
heresies.shtml


9) ONLINE BOOKS - (1 new)
http://erowid.org/books_online/

 Confessions of an English Opium Eater, by 
english_opium-eater.shtml


10) THE EROWID REVIEW - (1 new)
http://erowid.org/review/

 High Price (2013), reviewed by Jonathan Taylor
 http://erowid.org/library/review/review.php?p=376


11) THE EXPERIENCE VAULTS - (19 new)
http://erowid.org/exp/exp.cgi?DateRange&Y1
=2013&M1=08&D1=01&M2=08&D2=15

 For Science (AH-7921), by Poppy
 http://erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=100939

 The Breaking of Reality (AL-LAD & Cannabis), by Sundown
 http://erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=100952


For a more complete list of new content at Erowid go to:
http://erowid.org/new.php


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ECSTASYDATA.ORG - (17 new results)
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EcstasyData is a project of Erowid Center that 
conducts laboratory
testing of street ecstasy tablets and publishes 
these and other test
results online.

http://ecstasydata.org/results.php?A=DateRange&Y1
=2013&M1=08&D1=01&M2=08&D2=15

1) AL-LAD (Dublin, Ireland)
http://ecstasydata.org/viewtablet.php?ID=2829

Contains AL-LAD.

2) Adderall (Phillipines)
http://ecstasydata.org/viewtablet.php?ID=2830

Contains Caffeine, Phentermine, Methamphetamine.

3) Blue Monster (SF, CA)
http://www.ecstasydata.org/2839

Contains MDMA Only.


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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Discover Magazine-Cancer

Bacteria Found in Mouth May Cause Colon Cancer

By Becky Lang | August 14, 2013 11:02 am
A kind of bacteria commonly found in the mouth, which is often the culprit in gum disease, also spurs the formation of tumors in colon cancer, researchers report today.
Scientists had previously found that the level ofFusobacterium nucleatum in the gut was higher among people with colon cancer. That was noteworthy because fusobacteria aren’t one of the usual strains found in the healthy gut.
However up to now it hasn’t been clear whether the foreign bacteria caused tissue to turn cancerous or whether the bacteria was a result of the cancer. Now, researchers report that the bacteria in fact stimulates tumors, and they identify the molecule responsible for the bug’s harmful effects.

A Common Cancer

Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the United States, and more than 1 million new cases are diagnosed worldwide each year. By figuring out how fusobacteria spur cancerous tumors, scientists can work toward therapies that may inhibit the bacterium’s activity and possibly eradicate it altogether from colon tissue.
Previous studies have focused on a subset of colon cancer that is caused by inflammatory bowel disease, or conditions linked to inflammation of the colon and small intestines. The teams publishing studies today focused instead on a bacterium that drives cancerous tumors but isn’t related to apparent intestinal inflammation.

Colon Cancer and Bacteria

In the first research paper, a team from Harvard and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute report that fusobacteria are prevalent in colon adenomas, essentially early-stage benign tumors that over time can turn malignant. Working with mice that were known to develop intestinal tumors, the team was able to accelerate early tumor formation by feeding them fusobacteria.
Researchers also fed them three other bacteria strains, such as Streptococcus, that are known to be associated with colon cancer. Tumors formed at a higher rate in mice fed with fusobacteria versus those who got Streptococcus.
Unlike the other bacteria, fusobacteria were stealthy and worked at the micro-inflammation level—the Harvard team saw no large-scale intestinal inflammation.

Molecular Culprit

A second research team from Case Western Reserve University found the specific molecule that allows such stealthy invasion: a molecule called FadA. Gene expression levels of FadA were 10 to 100 times higher in colon tissues from patients with adenomas and cancerous tumors when compared with healthy participants.
Researchers also determined how FadA worked its dangerous magic: by blocking the expression of a gene that inhibits tumor growth. Both studies are published today inCell Host & Microbe.
“We showed that FadA is a marker that can be used for the early diagnosis of colon cancer and identified potential therapeutic targets to treat or prevent this common and debilitating disease,” says Yiping Han of Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine.
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Three specific amino acids help you drop unwanted pounds without dieting and exercise


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Three specific
 amino acids help
you drop unwanted 
pounds without
dieting and
 exercise
















If you struggle with your weight, there
might be something rather easy to
do and consider. It doesn't require a
diet, a lifestyle change, or exercise.
Sounds too good to be true, but there's
 evidence this will work.You may know that proteins are made
up of amino acids, and that there are
 nine essential amino acids. The latter
means you can get them only in your
diet (like essential fatty acids).
Of these essential amino acids, there
are three that are "branched chain."
 That refers to their unique molecular
 structure. These are leucine,
isoleucine, and valine.
A study on 500 subjects who lost
 weight during a weight loss trial
examined them for specific biochemical
markers. The researchers found higher
 levels of branched chain amino acid
(BCAA) and their metabolites. They
 also found that these people were
more likely to have improved
insulin resistance independent of
 weight loss. Their conclusion is that
 those with adequate levels of these
nutrients may be more likely to
succeed in weight loss.













This is the first information I've seen regarding specific amino acids and weight. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and enzymes. These branched chain molecules are essential amino acids. While we don't know exactly how these specific amino acids relate to insulin metabolism, it's possible that supplemental BCAA might provide crucial building blocks for insulin-related activities.
If you'd like to give it a try, you can find BCAA supplements in some health food stores and online. Simply type in BCAA on an Internet search and lots of products will come up. I'd suggest following label directions for use.Yours for better health and medical freedo

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Kellogg’s Foods are Full of GMO Sugar Beets: Join the Boycott! Print The Alex Jones Channel Alex Jones Show podcast Prison Planet TV Infowars.com Twitter Alex Jones' Facebook Infowars store Christina Sarich Natural Society August 5, 2013 In light of dangers surrounding GMOs, companies are steering clear of the controversial ingredients, or are at least labeling them. Some countries are even banning some GMOs. But they don’t all feel this way. In fact, some of the most popular cereals like Corn Flakes or Froot Loops contain a heaping dose of GMO sugar beets (among other things). Cereal giant Kellogg’s is using Monsanto’s genetically engineered sugar beets to sweeten your morning meal, and at this rate about 90% of the food industry will follow suite, unless we as a collective stop buying products which are full of GMOs. Sugar beets have been grown in the US since 2008, but Kellogg’s makes the same cereals and ships them to Europe without genetically modified sugar beets, since several countries in the EU will not tolerate their cultivation. Kellogg’s own website states, “For more than 100 years, we’ve worked passionately to help families be their best.” Somehow ‘being your best’ while full of GMO sugar seems to be an oxymoron, and some people clearly don’t agree since there was a recent sabotage of two fields of GMO sugar beets growing in Oregon’s Jackson County just this past month. A total of 6000 plants were destroyed. Why would someone feel this strongly about some simple food-sweetening beets? To start, sugar beets are genetically altered to be RoundUp Ready – which means they are supposed to be resistant to Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide. The chemicals in RoundUp are questionable at best and pure malevolence at worst. Their main ingredient is glyphosate, which Monsanto calls the ‘perfect herbicide’, but it has been shown to cause greater incidence of breast cancer, as published in a study by the US National Library of Medicine. And of course the chemical has been linked to much, much more. Furthermore, glyphosate has been found in the urine of several European residents, who were random volunteers asked to participate in a study to see if people were being exposed to this chemical without their active participating in eating GMO foods. It may just be more invasive than we originally suspected. This study suggests that we are being exposed to this chemical in our food, water and soil, even if we don’t eat GMO foods. Related Read: Top 10 Worst Children’s Cereals Consuming Kellogg’s products, however, is like adding an extra dose of poison to your endocrine system and purposefully damaging your immune system. You can join Corporate Action Network and sign this petition urging Kellogg’s to stop using GMO – as they already do in their European exports, or you can just change to good old organic oats and almond milk, a cup of free-trade, non GMO coffee, and a piece of organic fruit for breakfast instead. You’ll enjoy better health and drain the profits from companies who continue to persist in using GMOs against the public’s urging not to do so. Additional Sources: RT Related posts: White Sugar Now Coming From Genetically-Modified Sugar Beets Brave food sovereignty heroes destroy 6,000 genetically-modified sugar beets in Oregon This Halloween, Say No To Candy Containing GM Sugar New Study Confirms GMO Crops Causing More Pesticide Use, Superweeds Dr Oz Defends Monsanto: Eat GMO Foods, They’re the Same as Non-GMO Organic

teddybear says

this article came from Prison Planet Alex Jones 
website





Kellogg’s Foods are Full of 

GMO Sugar Beets: Join the

 Boycott!

  • PrintThe Alex Jones ChannelAlex Jones Show podcastPrison Planet TVInfowars.com TwitterAlex Jones' FacebookInfowars store
Christina Sarich
Natural Society
August 5, 2013
In light of dangers surrounding GMOs, companies
 are steering clear of the controversial ingredients, or
 are at least labeling them. Some countries are even
 banning some GMOs. But they don’t all feel this way.
 In fact, some of the most popular cereals like
 Corn Flakes or Froot Loops contain a heaping
 dose of GMO sugar beets (among other things).
 engineered sugar beets to sweeten your morning
 meal, and at this rate about 90% of the food
 industry will follow suite, unless we as a
 collective stop buying products which are
full of GMOs.
Sugar beets have been grown in the US since 2008,
 but Kellogg’s makes the same cereals and ships 
them to Europe without genetically modified sugar
 beets, since several countries in the EU will not
lp families be their best.” Somehow ‘being your best
’ while full of GMO sugar seems to be an oxymoron
 and some people clearly don’t agree since there was
 a recent sabotage of two fields of GMO sugar beets
 growing in Oregon’s Jackson County just this past
 month. A total of 6000 plants were destroyed. Why
 would someone feel this strongly about some simple
 food-sweetening beets?
To start, sugar beets are genetically altered to be
RoundUp Ready – which means they are supposed 
to be resistant to Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide.
 The chemicals in RoundUp are questionable at bes
t and
 pure malevolence at worst. Their main ingredient
 is glyphosate, which Monsanto calls the ‘perfec
 herbicide’, but it has been shown to cause greater
mical has been linked to much, much more.
Furthermore, glyphosate has been found in the 
urine of several European residents, who were
random volunteers asked to participate in a study to 
ee if people were being exposed to this chemical
ithout their active participating in eating GMO foods. 
It may just be more invasive than we originally
 suspected. This study suggests that we are being
exposed to this chemical in our food, water and soil,
even if we don’t eat GMO foods.
Consuming Kellogg’s products, however, is like 
adding an extra dose of poison to your endocrine 
system and purposefully damaging your immune
system. You can join Corporate Action Network and
n just change to good old organic oats and almond milk
, a cup of free-trade, non GMO coffee, and a piece of 
organic fruit for breakfast instead. You’ll enjoy 
g not to do so.
Additional Sources:
Related posts:
  1. White Sugar Now Coming From Genetically-
  2. Modified Sugar Beets
  3. Brave food sovereignty heroes destroy 6,000
  4.  genetically-modified sugar beets in Oregon
  5. This Halloween, Say No To Candy Containing
  6.  GM Sugar
  7. New Study Confirms GMO Crops Causing 
  8. More Pesticide Use, Superweeds
  9. Dr Oz Defends Monsanto: Eat GMO Foods, 
  10. They’re the Same as Non-GMO Organic