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7 Suppressed Inventions That Would Have Changed the World

The world is steeped in poverty with precious little in the way of humanitarian advancement because the ruling elite have suppressed a number of technologies that could have changed the world and created a utopia.

‘Do you think I want to shoot an 11-year-old?’ Police run-in with black kids takes surprising turn

When a Columbus, Ohio, Police Department officer stopped two black kids who had a BB gun over the weekend, a potentially dangerous situation ended up being a teachable moment, according to NBC News.

Medical cannabis treats cancer and boosts the immune system, say scientists after reviewing more than 100 studies

A recently authored review of over 100 studies has shown that cannabis really is medicinal — even if the U.S federal government refuses to recognize it.

Science journals publish intentionally stupid liberal propaganda studies claiming men should anally self-penetrate to “increase feminist values”

The legitimacy of so-called “higher education” is once again being called into question following the recent revelation that academic journals are now actively publishing ridiculous and completely bogus studies, simply because they support various leftist narratives.

New hope for spinal cord injuries: Silk from moths can be used to stabilize the injury and promote repair, according to experts

British scientists have discovered a novel method of treating spinal cord injuries: modified silk from the Chinese Oak Silkmoth (Antheraea pernyi).

Scientists study the biological potential of the Quercus dilatata

Researchers have discovered that Quercus dilatata (commonly known as the moru oak), a medicinal tree found in the Himalayas, could be used to fight chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes.

Vitamin E may be useful in maintaining bone quality

A study led by researchers from Toyo University in Japan have found that a vitamin E derivative called tocotrienol-rich fraction (TRF) can effectively inhibit the activation of Janus kinase (JAK) signaling — which regulates the lysyl oxidase (LOX) enzyme in osteoblastic cells.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia can be treated with the extract of Japanese rush root

A study published in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine shows that the perennial plant Japanese rush (Acorus gramineus), found in countries in East Asia, can reduce symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). In the study, researchers from South Korea evaluated the pharmacological effects of the plant, despite its toxicity.

Exercising too hard? Prevent heart damage with ginseng and red sage

Hard exercise is rough on the muscles, even if you’ve prepared for it ahead of time.