666 Conventional doctors push trackable microchip implants to avoid having to provide manual health care and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Supreme Court strikes down ‘Born in Jerusalem’ passport law

The Supreme Court struck down a disputed law Monday that would have allowed Americans born in Jerusalem to list their…

What Sets the Gathered Church Apart From the World?

What makes the gathered church different? Unique? What are our distinctives? From the outside, many of our modern churches don’t look…

Ada County Dog Tests Positive For Plague, Ground Squirrels Likely The Cause

A dog in Ada County has tested positive for plague. It’s the first case – human or canine – of…

U.S. vulnerable to North Korean nuke attack

The U.S. anti-missile nuclear defense system established to defend against a North Korean missile attack is plagued with technical flaws…

Cash-Strapped Kansas Moves to Limit ATM Withdrawals for Residents on Welfare

Kansas is in trouble. After slashing income taxes in 2012, the state faces a revenue gap of more than $400…

South Korea reports fifth MERS death as the number of cases climbs

South Korea said Sunday that 14 more people have been infected with Middle East respiratory syndrome and that a fifth…

Korean Air Force member at U.S. base has MERS

It appears that the MERS Virus is spreading faster than thought as now reports indicate that a Korean Air Force…

Heat wave spreads from Pakistan to the Gulf

The highest daytime temperature in the world on Wednesday was recorded at Sweihan, Abu Dhabi, where the temperature climbed to…

Conventional doctors push trackable microchip implants to avoid having to provide manual health care

(NaturalNews) In an apparent effort to further depersonalize medicine, the National Science Foundation (NSF) is funding research into an implantable microchip capable of digitally monitoring the health of patients and reporting their vital statistics to doctors’ offices without the need for an actual doctor-patient interaction.cont

World’s 1st ‘feeling’ prosthetic leg unveiled in Austria

Researchers in Vienna have pioneered the first artificial leg capable of transmitting feelings to the brain like a real limb. It also stops phantom pain, a condition that many amputees suffer from.

The invention is the work of Professor Hubert Egger, from the University of Linz, Austria, who in 2010 also unveiled a mind-controlled prosthetic arm, AFP reports.cont

Plasma tubes above Earth discovered by student after decades of speculation

WAR DRUMS – Pentagon chief says new action needed on Russia over Ukraine

The United States needs to take new steps to respond to the Ukraine conflict because economic sanctions and other Western…

 For the first time, after decades of speculation, the existence of plasma tubes in the Earth’s atmosphere has been confirmed.The discovery was made by Cleo Loi, a 23-year old student of astrophysics at the University of Sydney and lead author of the paper documenting the phenomenon.cont


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