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Wyoming Attracts Druids, Wiccans, And Pagans For Eclipse

It isn’t just scientists and astronomers looking to flock to Wyoming for the solar eclipse on Monday.  Pagans, wiccans, and druids are also en route to the Equality state for the “transition” and energy surrounding the eclipse. Wyoming has a population of 585,000 and during the eclipse, that is expected to double. While natives in…

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What’s Better Than Watching the Eclipse? Watching the Eclipse…on Weed

We are only a few days away from the much-hyped total solar eclipse that will occur on August 21. People within the “path of totality” – a 70-mile wide swath of land that runs from Oregon to South Carolina – will be able to view the rare celestial event. Tens of millions of people are expected to travel into…

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Apocalyptic Cloud Haunts Brazilian Town (PHOTOS)

Image credit: João Paulo Magalhães Residents of a Brazilian town were stunned by the appearance of a strange, menacing-looking cloud Thursday evening, leading some to wonder if it spelled the beginning of something far more sinister. At first look the obscure cloud resembles a meteorite trail or tornado, frozen in time, seconds before the impending doom.…

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Enormous Basic Lies About Vaccination

I’ve placed these lies in the context of a Q&A: Q: Let’s say I accept the idea that vaccines create protection against disease. Vaccines create immunity. What’s the problem? Why should I worry? Why should I go outside the mainstream for information? A: Well, let’s start here. The theory of vaccination states that the shots…

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Body Builder Overdosed On Protein And Died, So Family Calls For More Laws

An Australian bodybuilding mother of two has reportedly died of a protein overdose. After days of feeling “tired” and “weird”, the young woman passed away from ingesting too much protein and her family is now calling for the regulation of supplements. Meegan Hefford, a 25-year-old from Mandurah, Australia, was discovered to have a urea cycle disorder,…

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Bubonic Plague Found on Arizona Fleas, Locals Warned to ‘Take Precautions’

Fleas in Arizona have tested positive for the bubonic plague, prompting health officials to advise residents to “take precautions” to reduce their risk of becoming infected with the disease, which killed millions during the Middle Ages. Navajo County confirmed on Friday that fleas in the area have tested positive for the disease, once known as…

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A Few Last Minute Tips Before Next Week’s Solar Eclipse

The total solar eclipse on August 21 will be visible along a narrow “path of totality” that runs from Oregon to South Carolina. With it being only a week away, here are some last minute tips and things to keep in mind when viewing the eclipse. Tens of millions of people are expected to travel into the…

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91 Volcanoes Found Under Arctic Ice, Big Blow To Climate Alarmists

In addition to the 47 volcanoes already known about currently “sleeping” under the Arctic ice, scientists have found more.  They discovered 91 additional volcanoes in Antartica, now the largest volcanic region on earth.  This is a big blow to those who think melting polar ice is the sole fault of humans. The project, by Edinburgh…

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