Archive for March 1, 2017

Google censorship: Statement from the Health Ranger – NaturalNews

Posted in 2017 with tags , , , on March 1, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

After six days of being blacklisted by Google, the website has been restored to Google’s search results. The action by Google follows the largest and most vocal backlash against Google’s de-listing of any website in the history of the company, and it has sparked many new discussions and debates about search engines, censorship and free speech.

Click here to sign the White House petition demanding an end to Google censorship.

All of us at Natural News — as well as our many millions of fans — are grateful for Google’s decision to restore the website, but we are also deeply troubled by the unjustified blacklisting of Natural News and what it means for free speech across the ‘net.

For the record, there was never any allegation or evidence that Natural News had intentionally violated Google’s webmaster guidelines. While Google said we were being flagged for a so-called “sneaky mobile redirect” on a very small number of pages in a subdomain ( which were created by outside bloggers, Google went to the extraordinary step of banning the entire root domain and all its subdomains — a step that would never have been applied to CNN, Huffington Post or other popular news websites. In fact, a Natural News investigation showed that violations identified involving websites like HuffPo, Forbes and CNN did not result in the same kind of blacklisting that was applied to Natural News.

Furthermore, while Google did make an effort to provide us with one URL that they said flagged this mobile redirect, to date there hasn’t been a single SEO expert or engineer who could reproduce the supposed redirect issue.

Even more disturbingly, when we went to the Google product webmaster forum to ask for help identifying this issue, we were insulted, mocked and accused of lying by Google’s supporters who behaved like a pack of jackals rather than search engine professionals.

No evidence, no charges but you’re “guilty” because they say you are

Source: Google censorship of Natural News: Statement from the Health Ranger –

The strict but straightforward daily routine of the world’s most successful, wealthy and stress-free people – including waking at 5am and taking at LEAST an hour for lunch 

Posted in 2017, Mind with tags , , , on March 1, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

Emma Tynan, who coaches millionaires, shares what a day in the life of a billionaire looks like – and it’s incredibly simple to emulate.


  • Emma Tynan, who coaches millionaires, has researched routines extensively 
  • Billionaires thrive on daily ritual and routine to maintain high productivity
  • Here she shares what a day in the life of a billionaire looks like
  • Includes waking at 5am, meditating, reading and going to bed at 11pm 

The world’s most successful and wealthy people seemingly have it all – and their key to achieving and maintaining it is extremely simple.

Emma Tynan, who coaches millionaires at, has researched extensively into the daily routines of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs.

She discovered that they thrive on daily ritual and routine as a way of maintaining high levels of productivity, while at the same time keeping space in their lives for what’s really important, such as family time, meditation and good quality sleep.

These practices, she says, work – provided you are consistent and practice them daily. Here she shares what a day in the life of a billionaire looks like – and it’s incredibly simple to emulate


5am: Wake up

5:30am: Exercise

6am: Meditate

6:30am: Read

7am: Breakfast

8am: Start work

1pm: Lunch (for at least one hour)

6pm: Leave work

11pm: Sleep



Source: The daily routine that the billionaires follow | Daily Mail Online

Before-and-after photos of rescued animals that will put a smile on your face

Posted in Uncategorized on March 1, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame

There’s nothing better than a loving family. hope this post will inspire you to make at least one shelter animal very, very happy.

Source: 15 before-and-after photos of rescued animals that will put a smile on your face

Mass extinction: Vatican embraces science to fight biggest threats to humanity — RT Viral

Posted in 2017, animals, Uncategorized with tags , , on March 1, 2017 by theboldcorsicanflame
One in five species already face extinction on our planet, population growth projections are bewildering and climate change shows few, if any, signs of abating. Now, a group of experts are meeting to tackle the problem in the unlikeliest of venues.

Leading biologists, ecologists and economists from around the world have been invited to a conference in the Vatican this week, where the impending mass extinction event facing our planet will be addressed and possible solutions formulated.

“By the beginning of the next century we face the prospect of losing half our wildlife… The extinctions we face pose an even greater threat to civilisation than climate change – for the simple reason they are irreversible,” biology Professor Peter Raven, of the Missouri Botanical Garden told the Observer.

“That the symposia are being held at the Papal Academy is also symbolic. It shows that the ancient hostility between science and the church, at least on the issue of preserving Earth’s services, has been quelled,” said economist Sir Partha Dasgupta, of Cambridge University.

READ MORE: ‘Great world war for water’ may be looming, Pope Francis says

As a reference point, at present, approximately 60 percent of all primate species are now threatened with extinction with 75 percent witnessing a decline in population thanks largely to anthropogenic factors ranging from industrial agriculture encroaching on habitats to pollution and the spread and mutation of diseases.

“We have triggered a major extinction event. The question is: how do we stop it?” said biologist Paul Ehrlich, of Stanford University in California, one of the more controversial figures scheduled to speak at the event.

Given that the event is organized in part by both the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, it seems rather unusual that such a major advocate of birth control as Ehrlich would be afforded a platform to speak.

Indeed, a petition with almost 11,000 signatures has already been submitted to prevent him from speaking at the event.

“The pope has not changed his mind, however,” Ehrlich told the Observer. He argues that the sweet spot for a sustainable human population in the long term is about 1 billion people in total.

READ MORE: Serious bees-ness: Pollinator drones could replace endangered insects

“However, if everyone consumed resources at the US level – which is what the world aspires to – you will need another four or five Earths,” he added.

However, new research by paleontologists suggests that our planet may recover from mass extinction events quicker than previously thought.

In a handful of locations around the world, scientists have discovered signs of complex ecosystems developing after the last great mass extinction event in approximately 1.5 million years.

Sadly, this doesn’t provide much hope for us humans but at least we know that the planet can thrive without us, regardless of how bad things get in the coming decades.

Source: Mass extinction: Vatican embraces science to fight biggest threats to humanity — RT Viral

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