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After living through a 3+-year period in a "highly toxic" state without treatment, my Neurocutaneous Syndrome (Morgellons) symptoms came to full fruition. Although I didn't understand the origin or basis for my lesions, moving fibers, and unsightly byproducts (to name a few), I eventually had my own home remedies that provided some relief --albeit sometimes brief.
I'd like to share these inexpensive, easy home remedies and they may work for you!!!
Immediate relief of 'moving' fibers that will last 4-6 hours Topical concoctions to assist you at every stage of 'toxin elimination' via the skin Specific types of bandages, oils, salve, to help sooth painful sores. Managing stress and getting in touch with positive/negative energy sources. Following your inner self to help guide you as to what vitamins, minerals your body is in grave need of -- all available in the vegetable section at your local grocery store How to help improve chances of getting hypopigmentation of the skin (permanent pigment loss)
Climate Action With Russell Greene.
This week, Russell welcomes:
Gwynne Taraska of the Center for American Progress who joined us last week from Lima, Peru as the Conference of Parties was set to begin. She’ll join us again this Sunday to discuss the outcomes. Gwynne has expertise in natural gas issues, including the climate implications of LNG exports and the use of natural gas in the U.S. electricity sector. She also has expertise in international climate negotiations and recently has focused on market mechanisms for climate adaptation. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Washington, where she specialized in non-classical logics.
L. Hunter Lovins is an award winning voice in sustainable business and regenerative economics. Can business be part of the solution to the climate crisis? Hunter is President of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS) a Colorado non-profit that educates senior decision makers in the business case for a Regenerative Economy. Trained as a sociologist and lawyer (JD), Hunter is a professor of sustainable business management at Bard College, and Denver University; and the chief insurgent of the Madrone Project. Named a Master at the Chinese De Tao Academy, she recently helped launch the Institute for Green Investment in Shanghai.
Emily Wurth, Food and Water Watch's Water Program Director. She's a regular participant at PDA's Progressive Round Tables in Washington, DC. She will discuss Rep. Mark Pocan's new legislation to protect public lands from fracking. Emily conducts research and promotes policies at the local, state and federal level to help protect the nation’s water systems as public assets, and to safeguard the country’s water resources. Emily has a B.A. in international studies and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She can be reached at ewurth(at)fwwatch(dot)org.
Linux under attack- a new virus attacked linux users and its apps, but the problem was fixed last week.
No spying for Facebook- The new audio feature that will be released soon will allow users to post audio. However, Facebook made a clear statement that it will not use the feature to spy and hear conversations of its users. The app is mostly to hear music and movies.
Cyber Hackers become lifers in the UK.
The Queen issued a new rule of law- If you hack you go to jail...For a long time. Hacking period=10 years Hacking with bodily or environmental harm= 14 years and hacking with death or major harm= life in prision.
Android users have a new virus that holds their data ransom. It hacks into your phone and blocks data usage until you pay up on apps
Expert hacker with Russian government bargains for freedom in exchange for compliance with the government battling other hackers. He was already in jail for 2 1/2 years when the government came with the new deal.
Website: http://NationalCyberSecurity.com - Reporter: Danielle Maner - Produced by: Gregory Evans http://GregoryDEvans.com
Adobe issues warning about Flash player threat. Adobe is recommending users upate their Flash players immediately.
Alleged "Silk Road" owner indicted today on charges that include computer hacking, money laundering, and drug conspiracy.
Google and EU reach settlement in anitrust case.
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Syrian electronic army attemps to hack Facebook on it's 10th anniversary.
Twitter is pressing the US department of justice for permission to disclose more information about government data requests on its customers.
Sony is leaving the personal computers business.
Cereal Hack 4 competition is Sacramento, CA.
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MediaWiki's vulnerablity leaves wikipedia open for cyber attacks.
ICEPOL ransonware servers seized by Romanian Police that infected 260,00 computers.
Google is positioning itself to become the most valuable tech firm.
Facebook is set to release new mobile app.
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Target is investing $100 million to upgrade to a more advanced credit card system after the massive data breach.
Tech firms reveal scope of secret data requests.
Microsoft names new CEO and announces founder Bill Gates will step down as the Chairman of the company's board.
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