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By every.eye.open via @RepostWhiz app:
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Mysterious fake mobile phone towers discovered across America could be listening in on unsuspecting callers.

A report by Popular Science says the towers have been discovered across the country, and have the ability to attack mobile phones through eavesdropping and installing spyware.

They were discovered by people using a heavily customised Android device called the CryptoPhone 500.

It uses a secure version of the software which can tell if the phone is being subjected to what is known as a baseband attack.

It is then possible to trace the location of the offending tower.

The fake cell towers were detected in July, but the report states there could be more.

Les Goldsmith, chief executive of security firm ESD America, told the magazine: “Interceptor use in the US is much higher than people had anticipated.
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Posted 8 minutes ago

#simple not to say all socializing ends in drama but I moderate my socializing as in to avoid most of the drama filled possibilities!!!

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2013- The girl’s biological father, Joshua Hill, told KVUE-TV that he and Alexandria’s mother lost full custody of their daughter last November after the DFPS accused them of “neglectful supervision.” Mr. Hill said the agency made that determination “because her mother and I smoked pot at the time.” According to the father, the parents only smoked while their daughter was asleep. “We never hurt our daughter,” Mr. Hill told KVUE on Thursday. “She was never sick, she was never in the hospital, and she never had any issues until she went into state care.” It’s totally fine to get drunk while your children watch though at baseball games, family barbecues, and camping trips! It’s the American way right?!?
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Melanie Dreher, a grad student in the late 1960’s, was chosen to perform an ethnographic study on the use of marijuana in Jamaica to document its usage and any possible consequences among pregnant women. She studied 24 Jamaican babies exposed to marijuana prenatally and 20 infants who weren’t. Most studies conducted in North America show that marijuana causes birth defects and developmental disabilities. However, it must be noted that those studies didn’t isolate marijuana, but rather lumped it in with other types of substances, like alcohol, tobacco, meth and heroin.

Dreher found that in Jamaica, infants exposed to marijuana didn’t have any negative impact on children according to the Brazelton Scale, which is a neonatal behavioral assessment. On the contrary, some of the children seemed to excel. This answer was not well received, however, particularly by the National Institute on Drug abuse, which funded her research. Once these findings became clear, they ended funding for the research and didn’t readily release its results. Sounds a little fishy, right?

March of Dimes was supportive,” Dreher says, “But it was clear that NIDA was not interested in continuing to fund a study that didn’t produce negative results. I was told not to resubmit. We missed an opportunity to follow the study through adolescence through manhood.” Today, Melanie Dreher is the dean of nursing at Rush University with degrees in anthropology, philosophy, and nursing. She also has a Ph.D. In anthropology from Columbia University. Despite marijuana’s clear medicinal effects, she understands why many medical professionals opt not to have anything to do with this line of research. It’s our hope that in the near future, we’ll be able to look deeper into this issue. Until then, keep an open mind.
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If you have a Galaxy phone make sure you dont cover it up and forget about it.The phones battery could overheat and start a fire!!
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Good morning world
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Posted 38 minutes ago

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By worldofconsciousness via @RepostWhiz app:
I’m not posting this to have a debate I’m posting this to show how you have been bamboozled. You see these so called celebrities making millions, living lavish but ONLY when the white man allows them to play on their field. So who has the real power ? But ☕️🐸#knowthyself #lovethyself #africanpride #africa #problack #blackart #blacklove #blackisbeautiful #blackexcellence #blackwomen #blackmen #blackkings #blackqueens #blackunity #blackhistory #hotep #ase #sheeple #wakeup #riseup #africa #africanlove #afroncentric #kemet #blackgenocide #mentalslavery #blackconsciousness
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Posted 17 hours ago

#simple

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Article from @seekthetruth’s amazing page! ‘When a Phoenix dental hygienist spotted something strange in the mouths of her patients, she spoke up. A toothpaste manufacture heard her and is now taking action. Trish Walraven has seen a lot of things in a lot of mouths, but until a few years ago, she’d never seen anything like this. “I didn’t have any clue what is was,” she told KNXV in Phoenix. Little blue dots were trapped in the tiny spaces between patients’ teeth and gums. “We thought it was a cleaning product or something that people were chewing,” said Walraven. When Walraven starting asking around, she learned other hygienists were seeing it too. It took a while, but they finally figured out what it was. “Polyethylene,” said Walraven. Polyethylene is a plastic used in all kinds of things, ranging from garbage containers to grocery bags and even bullet-proof vests. Walraven says one brand — Crest — appears to use the plastic microbeads more than others.
A Phoenix-area dentist says the microbeads shouldn’t be in your toothpaste. “They’ll trap bacteria in the gums, which leads to gingivitis, and over time, that infection moves from the gum into the bone that holds your teeth and that becomes periodontal disease,” said Dr. Justin Phillip. “Periodontal disease is scary.” Walraven wrote a blog about the microbeads that caught the attention of Proctor and Gamble. They released a statement to KNXV, which read, “While the ingredient in question is completely safe, we understand there is a growing preference for us to remove the ingredient. So we will.” Crest says the majority of its toothpaste will be microbead-free in six months. They’ll be completely gone by March of 2016.’ PLEASE don’t support Crest or any other Proctor & Gamble owned brand. Make sure your toothpaste is plastic-free AND fluoride-free, “EarthPaste” is my current favorite. Oil pull with coconut oil every morning for mouth/gum health/detox. Fermented cod liver oil, skate liver oil, and high vitamin butter oil can all help reverse tooth decay.
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