Living on the streets – Young woman holds a child while sniffing glue. Credit: Braitstein
Drug Abuse is Major Threat to Street Kids
By Joe DeCapua (2013)
There are millions of children around the world living or working on the streets. A new study says their struggle to survive is made even harder by high levels of drug use.
The journal Addiction has published a systematic review of 50 studies on street kids conducted in 22 countries. It describes a “hidden epidemic” of drug use that “poses serious health threats.” Continue reading →
Lethal Injection Leads to the Most Botched Execution By The Daily Beast
Last night the state of Oklahoma added to America’s long history of botched executions when it attempted to execute Clayton Derrell Lockett by lethal injection. At 6.23 p.m., a doctor administered the first drug, which corrections officials identified as the sedative midazolam. What followed was an agonizing spectacle that ended when Lockett died at 7.06 p.m.—43 minutes after the drugs began to flow. Continue reading →
Energy vibration is one of the core features found in all life forms, because without it life cannot exist. If you were able to measure the vibrational rate of your energies, you can easily determine the state of your well-being. You can do this by studying the frequencies at where your energies are vibrating. The frequency rate of the human body’s energy is usually measured using the acronym MHz (megahertz). The measurement is done by using advanced technologies.
If your energy frequency is vibrating below 60 megahertz, you are at risk of getting sick. Continue reading →
El Preste Juan; Emperador de los Abisinios, Pierre-Antoine Demachy
Did a Black Man Discover the Fountain of Youth? 100 Amazing Facts About the Negro: Learn about the legend that predates Ponce de León’s legendary search.
By Henry Louis Gates Jr., Dec. 23 2013
Amazing Fact About the Negro No. 61: What myth of eternal youth in Africa inspired Europeans for centuries?
Whenever he encountered a counterintuitive fact, my mother’s brother, my Uncle Ed, was fond of saying, “That’s another one of those things that ‘they’ just don’t tell us,” as if key bits of information about the order of things were systematically being withheld from black people. At the top of my own list of things we weren’t told in school is the fact that the legendary Fountain of Youth was not only Continue reading →
The Exorcisms of Latoya Ammons: Demonic Possession or Mass Hysteria? By Cyril Butler, February 4, 2014
Last week the world’s media woke up to the story of Latoya Ammons. This mother of three from Gary, a suburb of Indianapolis, claimed she and her three children became possessed by multiple demons in March 2012. This was to be the start of a long string of sensational claims.
The Indianapolis Star newspaper first reported that her physician Dr. Geoffrey Continue reading →