Archive for September, 2013

Life is Like Running Across a Slippery Road

Life is Like Running Across a Slippery Road

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on September 30, 2013 | Reply

I thought of this inspiring quote during a picnic on a rainy day. I dared one of my friends to run across the parking lot and back while it was raining like crazy. She accepted the challenge and ran across the parking lot barefooted. On the way back she slipped and fell on her butt. Luckily, she was not hurt. This event instantly stimulated my mind to think of this quote.

Read More

How the USDA Organic Standard Allowed Fluoride to Contaminate Organic Food

How the USDA Organic Standard Allowed Fluoride to Contaminate Organic Food

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on September 30, 2013 | Reply

There are many reasons to no longer trust the USDA organic label, however history gives a good lesson on why you should never confide in this government agency. The original standards proposed in 1997 by the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) revised rule on National Organic Standards (NOS) was first finalized in 2000. The standards first proposed included proposals to use sewage sludge, irradiation, antibiotics in livestock, and genetically modified organisms. The USDA withdrew the proposal after receiving over 275,000 comments from the public– the most comments received on any US agency proposal in history. In the final NOS, the four practices listed above were left out, but unfortunately, despite opposition, those public concerns about fluoride were ignored. To this day, the organic standards allow the use of the toxic sodium fluoride in organic agriculture.

Read More

Is Fate Predetermined?

Is Fate Predetermined?

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on September 27, 2013 | 1 Reply

Some people say fate is like destiny, because we cannot change it. I say that people who believe this lack the knowledge and wisdom to understand what life and reality are. Let us explore the difference between fate and destiny. The definition of fate is that you can change it through perseverance and hard work whereas destiny is predetermined; therefore, it cannot be altered. Is there such a thing as fate or destiny? To answer this question, I will need to explain to you how the future works.

Read More

The Meanings of Love

The Meanings of Love

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on September 22, 2013 | 4 Replies

It has been over 15 years since I first wrote poems in middle school. This is my second poem since then. Positive poems are great ways to express your feelings, bring joy to others and help change the world into a better place. This poem uses certain rhythm and words to express a small portion of what love is.

Read More

Are GMOs Being Used as Bio-Weapons to Cause Infertility, Cancer, Obesity and Chronic Diseases?

Are GMOs Being Used as Bio-Weapons to Cause Infertility, Cancer, Obesity and Chronic Diseases?

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on September 15, 2013 | Reply

Most anti-GMO supporters are aware of the dangers of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). However, they are unaware that one of the top goals of GMOs is to use them as bio-weapons to achieve the objectives of certain biotech companies. With the right technologies and techniques, biotech companies can create GMOs that can be used to affect certain genes to the point where they can cause certain health conditions to manifest, such as cancer, diabetes or infertility. Certain controlling globalists who are in control of the largest biotech companies (Monsanto, DuPont) believe that the world is too overpopulated; therefore, they need to create GMOs that can cause infertility.

Read More

Is There Formaldehyde (a Chemical Used to Preserve Cadavers) in Beer?

Is There Formaldehyde (a Chemical Used to Preserve Cadavers) in Beer?

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on September 3, 2013 | Reply

Formaldehyde is a chemical used to preserve cadavers. It is highly toxic to the nervous system. Studies have linked this toxic chemicals to blindness, brain damage and seizures. The US Department of Health and Human Services openly admits that formaldehyde causes cancer. Is there formaldehyde in your beer? Actually, the answer is yes, and it is not just Asian beers that contain trace amounts of formaldehyde, the chemical that keeps all those dead frogs looking so nice and fresh in the biology lab.

Read More