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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Is Russia Preparing For A Nuclear War?

Is Russia Preparing For A Nuclear War?

Did you know that the Russians have a massive underground complex in the Ural mountains that has been estimated to be approximately 400 square miles in size?

In other words, it is roughly as big as the area inside the Washington D.C. beltway.

These days, most Americans just assume that the Russians are "our friends" and that a war with Russia could never possibly happen.

Today, 81 percent of Russians have a negative opinion of the United States.

Are our two countries taking more and more steps towards World War III?

Judge for yourself...Back in the 1990s, the Clinton administration was deeply concerned about the construction of this enormous complex deep inside Yamantau mountain, but they could never seem to get any straight answers from the Russians.  The command center for this complex is rumored to be 3,000 feet directly straight down from the summit of this giant rock quartz mountain.  And of course U.S. military officials will admit that there are dozens of other similar sites throughout Russia, although most of them are thought to be quite a bit smaller.  But that is not all that the Russians have been up to.  For example, Russian television has reported that 5,000 new emergency nuclear bomb shelters were scheduled to have been completed in the city of Moscow alone by the end of 2012.  Most Americans don’t realize this, but the Russians have never stopped making preparations for nuclear war.  Meanwhile, the U.S. government has essentially done nothing to prepare our citizens for an attack.  The assumption seems to be that a nuclear attack will probably never happen, and that if it does it will probably mean the end of our civilization anyway.
Needless to say, the Russians are very secretive about their massive underground facility at Yamantau mountain, and no American has ever been inside.  The following is what Wikipedia has to say about it…
Large excavation projects have been observed by U.S. satellite imagery as recently as the late 1990s, during the time of Boris Yeltsin’s government after the fall of the Soviet Union. Two garrisons, Beloretsk-15 and Beloretsk-16, were built on top of the facility, and possibly a third, Alkino-2, as well, and became the closed town of Mezhgorye in 1995. They are said to house 30,000 workers each. Repeated U.S. questions have yielded several different responses from the Russian government regarding Mount Yamantaw. They have said it is a mining site, a repository for Russian treasures, a food storage area, and a bunker for leaders in case of nuclear war. Responding to questions regarding Yamantaw in 1996, Russia’s Defense Ministry stated: “The practice does not exist in the Defense Ministry of Russia of informing foreign mass media about facilities, whatever they are, that are under construction in the interests of strengthening the security of Russia.” Large rail lines serve the facility.
Back in 1996, the New York Times reported on the continuing construction of this site.  U.S. officials were quite puzzled that the Russians were continuing to build it even though the Cold War was supposedly over at that point…
In a secret project reminiscent of the chilliest days of the cold war, Russia is building a mammoth underground military complex in the Ural Mountains, Western officials and Russian witnesses say.
Hidden inside Yamantau mountain in the Beloretsk area of the southern Urals, the project involves the construction of a huge complex served by a railroad, a highway and thousands of workers.
Within the U.S. intelligence community, there was a tremendous amount of debate at that time regarding the purposes of this facility, but what everyone agreed on was that it was going to be absolutely massive…
A report in Sovetskaya Rossiya said the project involves construction of a railroad, a modern highway and towns for tens of thousands of workers and their families.
The complex is as big as the Washington area inside the Beltway,” said an American official familiar with intelligence reports.
A couple of years later, a top U.S. general said that he believed that the complex at Yamantau had “millions of square feet available for underground facilities”
In 1998, in a rare public comment, then-Commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM) Gen. Eugene Habinger, called Yamantau “a very large complex — we estimate that it has millions of square feet available for underground facilities. We don’t have a clue as to what they’re doing there.”
It is believed to be large enough to house 60,000 persons, with a special air filtration system designed to withstand a nuclear, chemical or biological attack. Enough food and water is believed to be stored at the site to sustain the entire underground population for months on end.
A few years after that, in 2003, there was an article in the Washington Post by Bruce G. Blair in which Yamantau was mentioned as a potential key target for U.S. nuclear war planners…
Die-hard [U.S.] nuclear war planners actually have their eyes on targets in Russia and China, including missile silos and leadership bunkers. For these planners, the Cold War never ended. Their top two candidates [i.e., targets] in Russia are located inside the Yamantau and Kosvinsky mountains in the central and southern Urals.
Both were huge construction projects begun in the late 1970s, when U.S. nuclear firepower took special aim at the Communist Party’s leadership complex. Fearing a decapitating strike, the Soviets sent tens of thousands of workers to these remote sites, where U.S. spy satellites spotted them still toiling away in the late 1990s.
But the Russians have not just been building giant underground facilities deep in the Urals.
They have also been constructing thousands of new underground bomb shelters in major cities such as Moscow.
The following is an excerpt from an RT article in 2010…
Nearly 5,000 new emergency bomb shelters will be built in Moscow by 2012 to save people in case of potential attacks.
Moscow authorities say the measure is urgent as the shelters currently available in the city can house no more that half of its population.
In the last 20 years, the area of air-raid defense has been developed little, and the existing shelters have become outdated. Moreover, they are located mostly in the city center, which makes densely populated Moscow outskirts especially vulnerable in the event of a nuclear attack.


In order to resolve the issue, the city has given architects a task to construct a typical model of an easy-to-build shelter that will be located all over the city 10 to 15 meters underneath apartment blocks, shopping centers, sport complexes and parks, as in case of attack people will need to reach the shelters within a minute.
Of course all of this construction cost the Russians a lot of money.
One estimate put the cost at “anywhere from half a billion to a billion dollars”
Though the bunkers are supposed to be designed to shelter the population in the event of a nuclear attack, government officials say it’s only a precaution and they do not expect such an attack or nuclear outbreak (e.g. Chernobyl) to occur. Neither RT or the Russian government provided estimates for the cost of the facilities. A Popular Mechanics article that reviewed a number of different types of bunkers and building practices had varying prices depending on the type of shelter. Since the proposed Russian bunkers would hold roughly 1000 people each (based on the population count and other details), one could estimate that the lowest price point for a bunker this size, with basic necessities like bathrooms and reserve food for a day or two, may run in the area of around $100,000 – $200,000. This would put a conservative price tag for 5000 shelters anywhere from half a billion to a billion dollars. A significant investment, indeed.
So what about us?
Has the U.S. government constructed any bunkers for the survival of the general population in the United States?
Of course not.  In the event of a nuclear war, I guess they just expect pretty much all of us to die.
The Russians also recently finished work on a brand new national defense center in Moscow that contains extensive underground facilities
Russia is launching a new national defense facility, which is meant to monitor threats to national security in peacetime, but would take control of the entire country in case of war.
The new top-security, fortified facility in Moscow includes several large war rooms, a brand new supercomputer in the heart of a state-of-the-art data processing center, underground facilities, secret transport routes for emergency evacuation and a helicopter pad, which was deployed for the first time on Nov. 24 on the Moscow River. The Defense Ministry won’t disclose the price tag for the site, but it is estimated at the equivalent of several billion dollars.
In addition, the Russians have also been developing a new anti-ballistic missile system that is designed to keep U.S. nuclear missiles from getting to their targets in the first place.
The U.S. doesn’t have anything like the S-500 that is currently being developed by the Russians.  At the latest, it is scheduled to be deployed in 2017, but there are rumors that it is already starting to be deployed today.  The following comes from military-today.com
The S-500 is not an upgrade of the S-400, but a new design. It uses a lot of new technology and is superior to the S-400. It was designed to intercept ballistic missiles. It is planned to have a range of 500-600 km and hit targets at altitudes as high as 40 km. Some sources claim that this system is capable of tracking 5-20 ballistic targets and intercepting up to 5-10 ballistic targets simultaneously. It can defeat ballistic missiles traveling at 5-7 kilometers per second. It has been reported that this air defense system can also target low orbital satellites. It is planned that the S-500 will shield Moscow and the regions around it. It will replace the current A-135 anti-ballistic missile system. The S-500 missiles will be used only against the most important targets, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles, AWACS and jamming aircraft.
Sadly, most Americans are not interested in this stuff at all.
These days, most Americans just assume that the Russians are “our friends” and that a war with Russia could never possibly happen.
What they don’t realize is that the Russian people see things very, very differently.  Today, 81 percent of Russians have a negative opinion of the United States.  Our interference in the conflict in Ukraine has made the Russian people very angry, and there are many over there that now believe that a shooting war with the United States is inevitable.
And this week things between the United States and Russia got even more tense.  Barack Obama has already announced that we will be sending “non-lethal” military aid to the Ukrainians, but now the U.S. House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed a resolution that calls for Obama to send “lethal” military aid to the government in Kiev…
Yesterday, in a vote that largely slid under the radar, the House of Representatives passed a resolution urging Obama to send lethal aid to Ukraine, providing offensive, not just “defensive” weapons to the Ukraine army – the same insolvent, hyperinflating Ukraine which, with a Caa3/CC credit rating, last week started preparations to issue sovereign debt with a US guarantee, in essence making it a part of the United States (something the US previously did as a favor to Egypt before the Muslim Brotherhood puppet regime was swept from power by the local army).
The resolution passed with broad bipartisan support by a count of 348 to 48.
According to DW,  the measure urges Obama to provide Ukraine with “lethal defensive weapon systems” that would better enable Ukraine to defend its territory from “the unprovoked and continuing aggression of the Russian Federation.”
“Policy like this should not be partisan,” said House Democrat Eliot Engel, the lead sponsor of the resolution. “That is why we are rising today as Democrats and Republicans, really as Americans, to say enough is enough in Ukraine.”
If Obama does decide to send lethal military aid to the Ukrainians, the Russians are going to flip out. Sadly, neither side seems very interested in peace at this point.
We just continue to take even more steps along the road toward World War III, and it is a war that the United States is completely and utterly unprepared for.

Monday, March 2, 2015

The great herb heist

Doctor's House Call Al Sears
Al Sears, MD
11905 Southern Blvd.
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
March 2, 2015
Dear William,
For a long time, I've been warning you that the big box stores are being less than honest with you when it comes to supplements. In fact, it appears they want to rip you off.
Investigators in New York State have discovered that the merchandising giants, riding high on the health-and-wellness wave, have been overcharging customers for cut-rate herbs, vitamins, minerals and other supplements.
You may have read about it or heard it on the news. But it's even worse than I previously thought.
I started out warning you to stay away from synthetic multi-vitamins that require 400 times the recommended dose to do you any good.1 The big box stores are in the habit of buying the cheapest products possible so they can make the biggest profits possible.
And that means they end up with capsules of manmade Franken-vitamins that customers buy in good faith to improve their health.
As I have been saying for years… they don't improve your health!
Some of these manmade monstrosities have even been chemically conjured out of coal tar, a known carcinogen.2
Technically, these vitamins have the same molecular structure as the natural vitamins. But your body can't absorb them properly, so they pass right through your system without doing any good – or perhaps even doing harm along the way.
So they are not just pointlessly taking your money, they might also be robbing you of your health.
Vitamins from truly natural sources, usually plants, come with trace minerals, enzymes and other biochemicals. All of these help them work better with your biology.
For example, the natural form of vitamin E has a significantly higher anti-oxidant effect than the synthetic form.3,4
Then I warned you to avoid a useless form of synthetic CoQ10. This is not the natural product that gives your cells energy, but an alien molecule whipped up by Big Agra from pesticide-laden tobacco leaves.
Now we've discovered that you can't even count on getting the herbs you pay for at many of the major chain stores.
The scandal has cast a shadow over all the honest people who provide honest supplements – including myself.
I care deeply about the health and well-being of my patients. And I am appalled at the dishonesty of many of these chains.
In New York State, the attorney general has accused GNC, Target, Walmart and Walgreens of selling bogus bottles of ginseng, gingko biloba, St. John's Wort, valerian root and other herbs.5
Investigators charge that four-out-of-five of the bottles they tested from the stores' shelves didn't contain even a bit of DNA from the herb on the label.
Instead, investigators found most of the capsules contained fillers, like rice scraps, spruce clippings, and houseplant shreds. Some other odd ingredients were peas, beans, radish, and asparagus.
Worst of all, investigators have charged that some of capsules contained wheat, which made them a health hazard to anyone who's allergic to the grain. In one case, these capsules were sold in a bottle labeled "wheat and gluten free."
State prosecutors have now demanded proof of source and that the herbs had been tested for the quality claimed on many of the bottles.
As a physician who cares deeply about the well-being of all my patients, I can vouch for every ingredient in each and every one of the supplements that I prescribe.
The most reputable suppliers provide a Certificate of Analysis, or COA. Every COA verifies that the ingredients have been tested to prove they contain the proper contents in their proper quantities.
COAs also tell you what's not in the ingredients. They confirm they've been tested and found to be free of toxic heavy metals, like mercury and lead. Among other tests, they show the ingredients are also free of microbial agents, like salmonella and E.coli.
COAs are essentially a pedigree for the product, and I make sure my products have the finest pedigrees.
For example, when I decided to put omega-3s in one of my products, I didn't settle for getting them from any old fish oil supplier. I know a lot of fish oil can't be trusted, because our rivers, lakes and oceans have become so polluted.
That's why I did so much research and formulated a safe and potent mixture of squid oil, krill oil, and another special fish oil. But before I bought the oils, I made sure they were pure and pollution free.
Heavy metal pollution becomes worse the higher you go up the food chain. Big fish have more mercury in them than little fish, because the big fish absorb this toxic metal from all the little fish they eat. That's why I used oil from krill, tiny crustaceans at the bottom of the food chain.
And to make sure the oils were free of toxins, I insisted they go through a rigorous, cold-filtration process. Afterward, tests by Consumerlab.com revealed the oils were free of chemicals, like PCBs and solvents, as well as heavy metals, like mercury.
In fact, the cold-filtration process even boosted the oils' levels of anti-inflammatory fats by 115 percent of what I reported on the label.
I doubt than anybody at GNC, Target, Walmart, Walgreens or any other mega-outlet went through as much trouble as I did to ensure the quality of any of their products.
So here's my advice: You get what you pay for. Good-quality herbs and supplements don't come cheap. They take a lot of hard work and dedication to get right.
You need to deal with someone you can trust. So don't be afraid to ask questions about where their products came from. If they can't provide specific details, that's a red flag.
And always ask to see their COA. We print ours right on the bottle.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
Al Sears, MD
1. Christen, W., Glynn, R., Chew, E., et al, “Folic Acid, Pyridoxine, and Cyanocobalamin Combination Treatment," Archives of Internal Medicine 2009; 169(4): 335-341.
2. Thiel, R.J., and Fowkes, S.W. “Down syndrome and epilepsy: A nutritional connection?" Med Hypotheses. 2004; 62 (1): 35-44.
3. Horwitt, M. "Relative biological values of d-alpha-tocopheryl acetate and all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate inman."Am Journal Clin Nutri. 1980, Vol 33, 1856-1860.
4. "Vitamin E (Tocopherol)." GMO Compass. gmo-compass.org. Retrieved Dec 8, 2011.
5. O'Connor, A. "New York Attorney General Targets Supplements at Major Retailers." New York Times. nytimes.com. February 3, 2015.

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

How to remove Superfish and its certificate from your Lenovo® PC

Superfish logo

What is Superfish?

Superfish is a piece of software that Lenovo has admitted to pre-installing on many of its laptops to "enhance the shopping experience" of its users. However, the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team calls Superfish a "man-in-the-middle attack" because of how it "intercepts users' web traffic to provide targeted advertisements."

Why is Superfish so dangerous?

Superfish snoops in on your web browsing and secretly slips ads into webpages. But the really dangerous part is that it's pre-installed with root certificate authority, which allows it to impersonate any server's security certificate.

If this certificate is compromised by hackers, you could be tricked into logging in to a fake website and giving hackers your password. Because of Superfish, any of your accounts—including encrypted bank accounts—could be easily compromised.

 

                                  Which computers are affected?

According to Lenovo, Superfish may have been pre-installed
on the following models:
Lenovo laptop
E Series:
G Series:
S Series:
U Series:
Y Series:
Z Series:
Edge Series:
Flex Series:
MIIX Series:
YOGA Series:
E10-30
G410, G510, G710, G40-70, G50-70, G40-30, G50-30, G40-45, G50-45, G40-80

S310, S410, S40-70, S415, S415Touch, S435, S20-30, S20-30Touch
U330P, U430P, U330Touch, U430Touch, U530Touch

Y430P, Y40-70, Y50-70, Y40-80, Y70-70

Z40-75, Z50-75, Z40-70, Z50-70, Z70-80

Edge 15

Flex2 14D, Flex2 15D, Flex2 14, Flex2 15, Flex2 Pro, Flex 10

MIIX2-8, MIIX2-10, MIIX2-11, MIIX 3 1030

YOGA2Pro-13, YOGA2-13, YOGA2-11, YOGA3 Pro

 
 
 

Will restoring from a backup help?

Superfish has been pre-installed by Lenovo. Therefore, restoring your computer to factory condition from either a backup partition or a backup DVD will not solve the problem if Superfish is also part of your backup. Superfish would only be reinstalled, too.
So if you ever use a backup to restore your system, you may need to again remove Superfish and its root security certificate from your system.
 
 
 
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To remove the Superfish program and its certificate from your computer,
please use this free tool from Lenovo:
This tool will also remove any Superfish certificates
from Mozilla Firefox® and Thunderbird®.
 
 
 
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Friday, January 16, 2015

10 Animals That Can Predict Disasters

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Anecdotal evidence has long suggested that certain animals can predict natural disasters, detect disease and more, and now science is proving many of these stories to be correct.
Close observation of such animals could even help people to plan well in advance of coming problems, suggests a new paper in the latest issue of the journal Current Biology.
Henry Streby of the University of California, Berkeley, and his colleagues discovered that golden-winged warblers take off from their expected locations more than 24 hours before storms hit. In this case, the storm in question produced tornadoes that killed at least 35 people.
"The most curious finding is that the birds left long before the storm arrived," said Streby. "At the same time that meteorologists on The Weather Channel were telling us this storm was headed in our direction, the birds were apparently already packing their bags and evacuating the area."
Video: Can Animals Predict an Earthquake?
 

Henry Streby and Gunnar Kramer
Dogs can sniff out prostate cancer with 98 percent accuracy, found a study earlier this year that was presented at the 109th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association.
Dogs have about 200 million olfactory cells in their noses, versus only 5 million in the human nose. Their keen sense of smell helps to explain the cancer-detecting feat.
Yet another study on dogs found that they can smell -- through a person's breath or sweat -- whether or not a diabetic person has high or low blood sugar.
Dogs Sniff Out Disease
 After the 2011 magnitude 9 earthquake in Japan, Hiroyuki Yamauchi of National Tsing Hua University and colleagues conducted a survey on how cats reacted ahead of the quake.
The survey found that six or more days before the devastating earthquake, some cats engaged in unusual behaviors and became more stressed out. Felines began "trembling, being restless and escaping." Still other cats, immediately prior to the quake, became just as agitated.
The researchers believe that cats may sense quakes ahead of time because they have a wider range of hearing than humans. They also might be able to detect changes in atmospheric pressure, gravity and ground deformation.
Do Animals have a 'Sixth Sense' About Earthquakes

Yamauchi and colleagues also found that cows behaved differently several days before the magnitude 9 earthquake in Japan. Specifically, cows "showed lowered milk production six days before the earthquake," they reported. The decrease in milk yield continued for another four days.
Owners also reported that their dogs were agitated in the days before the quake. Dogs would howl and bark in ways not typical of their normal behavior.
Cows With Names Make More Milk

Have you ever noticed that bees are nowhere in sight before it rains? They sense moisture changes in the atmosphere, causing them to take shelter in their hives before downpours begin.
6 Things You Might Not Know About Bees
 If you notice ladybugs bunching together, there's a good chance that super hot weather is on the way. They gather to preserve their body moisture, safeguarding against drying out. 
 preserve their body moisture, safeguarding against drying out.
Gilles San Martin, Wikimedia Commons
So far, the animals on this list have all displayed stress or a desire to run away ahead of natural disasters. Sharks are just the opposite. They seem to be the ultimate storm chasers.
Neil Hammerschlag of The R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program at the University of Miami found this out after tagging sharks, such as tiger sharks. They and other shark species gravitate to rapid temperature changes, which is exactly where storms usually intensify. Monitoring shark movements can help to predict where storms will emerge and develop.
From Shy to Social, Each Shark Has Its Own Personality
 
Like dogs, fruit flies can smell cancer even when it affects only a small number of cells. In fact, they can sniff out cancer cells from healthy ones using their sense of smell alone, according to a study conducted earlier this year by Alja Lüdke and colleagues at the University of Konstanz.
The study focused on different types of breast cancer, but it is likely that fruit flies can detect other types of cancer too.
"As not only cancer cells can be distinguished from healthy cells, but also subgroups were discernible within the cancer cells, it seems that even different types of breast cancer cells can be differentiated via the antenna of Drosophila (fruit flies)," Lüdke explained to ScienceDaily.
Clearly medical experts do not plan to have dogs or fruit flies sniffing around in examination rooms. Instead, scientists are hoping to create high tech pre-screening devices inspired by the detection methods of dogs and fruit flies.
 
 Silvertip grizzly bears have an amazing sense of smell, such that they can sniff out a human that is 18 miles away. The same olfactory prowess, combined with other sensory abilities, likely allows them to detect incoming storms and possibly other natural disasters. They could probably smell cancer too, but running studies on these formidable carnivores would pose challenges.

 Humans have super sensory detective powers too, such as bat-like echolocation that could be used to predict any number of natural disasters.
Usually such skills are more developed in people who meditate or who have disabilities, such as blindness, which causes the brain to tap into seemingly hidden abilities. A study on the phenomenon was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Mel Goodale, Canada Research Chair in Visual Neuroscience, and Director of the Center for Brain and Mind, said in a press release, "It is clear echolocation enables blind people to do things otherwise thought to be impossible without vision and can provide blind and visually-impaired people with a high degree of independence."
It stands to reason that our senses might also pick up cues given off by earthquakes, storms and other natural disasters before they fully strike.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Get Paid Every Day for Writing About What Interests You

          Ahh yes, we all want to learn how to make quick cash in a day.  There are times when life calls for it.  Sometimes you might just want some extra cash for Holiday shopping, other times you might need emergency cash to pay the bills.
          Whatever the case may be, the first thing you need to know is that yes, it IS possible to make quick cash in a day if you know what you are doing. The problem is most people fall for scams like filling out surveys for money or becoming a transcriptionist.  I am not saying these methods can’t work, but the be honest the majority of them out there are scams.

         So if those don’t work, then how can you make quick cash in a day?
Personally, my favorite method is through getting paid to post on forums.  Although the pay isn’t great, you can make some posts in forums in the morning and cash out at night.
There are a lot of sites that will pay you anywhere between 10-50 cents per post you make in a forum, but the best site to join is PostLoop.  You can check them out by heading over to PostLoop.com and signing up for an account.  Once you get signed up you will need to make a few sample posts so the moderators over at PostLoop can take a look at the quality of your posts.
Once the quality has been confirmed they will activate your account and you will be able to post in hundreds of forums and get paid for it!
             The reason I love PostLoop is because once your account gets activated, there is no shortage to the amount of money you can make because you actually get access to hundreds of forums to post in. It’s also pretty fun because you get to choose forums that are of interest to you and post in those forums.
So if you are interested in weight loss, just join all the health and fitness forums and get paid to post in them!
           Again, the pay isn’t the greatest, but if you are in need of some quick cash for some reason, I can’t think of a better way than using PostLoop to post on forums.
You can also write articles using a site called iWriter or SpinRewriter, but we will save that for next article.