“The more one analyses people, the more all reasons for analysis disappear. Sooner of later one comes to that dreadful universal thing called human nature.” ~ Oscar Wilde
— “The Decay of Lying”
Impressive results from a diagnostic trial found that a pair of specially trained German Shepherds could detect breast cancer with 100 percent accuracy. The technique is described as “simple, non-invasive and cheap” and could replace mammograms, particularly in areas where the diagnostic method is hard to come by. Project Kdog, the name the initiative goes by, has shown marked success and could stand to shake up current diagnostic practices. ~ NaturalNews.com
The world is still full of wonders. Untapped wonders. All at our disposal if we can just get to them, or rather, be allowed to get to them.
As the insanity of those who would push for yet another war, one wonders are there really human travelers among us that wish death and destruction upon the world? Yes, there is! As anyone paying any attention to anything, the proclivity for evil in humans is quite breathtaking and always has been. If we started listing the examples of evil throughout history – this post would never end.
One had hopes that Mr. Trump actually believed in his campaign rhetoric about “talking” to countries; ending our involvement in skirmishes that lead to wars, regime change that leads to wars, and all the other US involvement in other countries business that leads to wars. Alas! It appears not to be the case. “Meet the new boss…same as the old boss.”
Love him or hate him, Alex Jones and Infowars has clarity on this issue:
Evidence Mounts Syrian WMD Attack Was False Flag
So now the US embarks on another Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and launches missiles:
Another dark day, among many, of the US and its insatiable appetite for WWIII
The world has achieved brilliance without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. ~ Omar Bradley
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