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TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) Twilight Zone Science?

Want to find God? Magnetism might provide the answer

By Daithí Ó hAnluain

April 22, 2002

The technology at the core of professor Allan Snyder's experiments to boost creative intelligence, transcranial magnetic stimulation, is behind some pretty wacky claims. Subjects in experiments by Dr. Michael Persinger, of Laurentian University, believe they felt the presence of God, or some similar mystical experience.

A revelation about Modern Medicine in the USA

It has come to light that the FDA and the Pharmaceutical Advertising Counsel ("PAC"), which represents some 35 major drug companies, have formed and co-funded a corporation under a joint letterhead, calling itself the National Council Against Health Fraud ("NCAHF").

Unmasking Colin Powell

May 24, 2002

General Principles

by Chris Floyd

Quietly, without fanfare, in a bland statement issued by its most "moderate" front man, the Bush Regime crossed another moral Rubicon last week, carrying the once-great republic they have usurped deeper into the blood-soaked mire of international criminality.


Capital Punishment?

by George H. Smith

[An edited version of this article was published in Liberty Magazine in 1996.]


Doing political philosophy largely consists of deciding where we don't want to go and then figuring out a way not to end up there. There is nothing wrong with this method (which is also employed in the natural sciences) so long as we do not confuse motives with arguments.



by Barry Chamish May 27, 2002

     The headline everywhere: Israeli Embassy Fire In Paris Caused By Electrical Short. Yeah, sure it was. Why the media even knew about the faulty wiring while the inferno was blazing, before any fire inspector could have possibly examined the building.

The Principles of Cellular Medicine

I. Health and disease are determined on the level of millions of cells which compose our body and its organs.

II. Vitamins and other essential nutrients are needed for thousands of biochemical reactions in each cell. Chronic deficiency of these vitamins and other essential nutrients is the most frequent cause of malfunction of millions of body cells and the primary cause of cardiovascular disease and other diseases.

Healthy Snacks Improve Kids' Nutrition

Thu May 9, 2002

By Alison McCook

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children can get up to almost one-half of their total energy intake from snacks, and providing them with nutritious, low-fat snacks can have a significant impact on their health, according to a new report.

"They get the nutrients, they get the energy they need, and they don't go eating the chips," said lead author Dr. Debra K.


CDC Warns Spermicides Can't Prevent STDs

Thu May 9, 2002

By Paula Moyer

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Physicians still need to get the message out to patients that sperm-killing chemicals have no contraceptive advantage over proper condom use and offer no protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), according to Dr. Beth Carlton Tohill, an epidemiologist in the Division of Reproductive Health at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


No End in Sight for Human Life Expectancy: Report

Thu May 9, 2002

YORK (Reuters Health) - The gains in human life expectancy over the past century-and-a-half have been nothing short of "astonishing," according to researchers. And, they say, there's no limit in sight.

This idea of ever-increasing longevity stands in contrast to the historical view that the human life span must soon hit a "ceiling," according to Jim Oeppen, of Cambridge University in the UK, and James W. Vaupel, of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany.