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4 Ancient Superfoods and their Timeless Benefits

Elizabeth Renter Activist Post Though the term “super food” has only been in circulation in recent years, the idea of super-nutritious and life giving foods have been around since the beginning of time. As a matter of fact, it’s likely that ancient man had a far better idea of what true superfoods are than what […]

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New study suggests humans are not naturally violent

J.G. Vibes Activist Post A new study published last month in Nature Journalsuggests that humans are naturally good. This study adds to the mounting evidence against the popular misconception that corruption is a trait of human nature. In ten experiments using economic games, scientists observed that faster decisions result in more cooperation and generosity, while slower, […]

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Anonymous fights for Internet freedom in Philippines

In the Philippines hacktivists associated with the Internet collective known as Anonymous are fighting for Internet freedom and against the threat of Internet censorship.  Hacking and defacing multiple websites and social media accounts belonging to Philippine government agencies, Anonymous is protesting the newly-enacted Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. In a video statement released on the […]

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10 Best Survival Foods At Your Local Supermarket

As food prices continue to skyrocket, having a bulk supply of food is a great investment. But it also provides security and peace of mind against potential emergencies. By now most people should be aware that grocery stores only have about 3 days of food in stock when crises strike. So if anything was to […]

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Lower blood pressure naturally with these remedies

High blood pressure or hypertension afflicts many who may not be aware of it. It is referred to as a silent disease among those without recognizable symptoms. It’s estimated that around one in three Americans have high blood pressure (HBP). Recognizable symptoms include heart palpitations and dizzy spells. People who are overweight, pre-diabetic, or diabetic […]

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Kim Dotcom’s ‘Megabox’ promises free music while still paying artists

J.G. Vibes, Contributor Activist Post Since Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom had his house raided this past January he has been promising that his operation will be back and better than ever, even saying that the reincarnation of the site will effectively “put the dinosaur record industry out of business for good“. Just months before the shutdown […]

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Kids Get 7 Trillion Calories of Sugar from Cancer-Causing Beverages Each Year

Lisa Garber Activist Post Soda and sugary beverages make up 15 to 25 percent of the daily recommended caloric intake for children aged 2 to 19. That’s almost 300 calories a day and 7 trillion calories a year of sugar, one of cancer’s favorite substances. Keeping Soda from KidsDr. Steven Gortmaker, Director of the Harvard […]

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Russia’s small-scale organic agriculture model may hold the key to feeding the world

Imagine living in a country where having the freedom to cultivate your own land, tax-free and without government interference, is not only common but also encouraged for the purpose of promoting individual sovereignty and strong, healthy communities. Now imagine that in this same country, nearly all of your neighbors also cultivate their own land as […]

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