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Planet Lockdown: A Documentary

Prior to 2020, if you heard the term “lockdown” you might think of something that happens in a prison — not in a free society. This mechanism of control has since become commonplace — not among prisoners but among the free — with repercussions that are only beginning to be understood. The film Planet Lockdown […]

Behaviour is the secret of success in market: Palihapitiya

Behaviour is the secret of success in market: Palihapitiya

Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya says successful investing is all about behavior and psychology and even the best model or analysis in the world is of no use if investors press the panic button during tough times. “The most important thing you can do to maximise the odds of success is figure out what, if any, […]

Annual Update for Regenerative Agriculture Week

It’s our annual Regenerative Agriculture Week again, and to give you an update, I interviewed Ronnie Cummins, co-founder and international director of the Organic Consumers Association (OCA). OCA is one of the nonprofits we donate a portion of our revenues to each year. While giving out information is important, we also want to make sure […]

How to Measure and Optimize Your Mitochondrial Health

Dr. Frank Shallenberger, author of “Bursting With Energy: The Breakthrough Method to Renew Youthful Energy and Restore Health,” has been a natural medicine physician for nearly five decades. He’s a true pioneer in the field and, as most good natural medicine physicians, a perpetual student. He was actually the first to innovate the use of […]

Health Agencies Admit to Hiding COVID Data

If you’ve felt like crucial data about COVID-19 have been missing since the start of the pandemic, it’s not in your head. An exposé by The New York Times has revealed that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has actually been collecting data all along — it just hasn’t published most of it.1 […]

How to navigate dating when you have borderline personality disorder (BPD)

How to navigate dating when you have borderline personality disorder (BPD)

The last time I went on a date was long before the pandemic began. I’ve been on a “dating sabbatical” since 2018 and I feel pretty indifferent towards the idea of getting back out there.  Although initially understanding, my friends, family, and therapist are now showing some light concern over my total ambivalence to relationships. […]

1,000 Private Jets Assemble to Execute The Great Reset

At the start of each year, the world’s elite hop into their private jets and descend upon Davos, Switzerland, a city prized not only for its luxury ski resorts but also for hosting the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting. Also known as the Davos Forum, the event takes on a different theme each year, […]

Mass Psychosis Is a Real Global Pandemic

Mass psychosis is defined as “an epidemic of madness” that occurs when a “large portion of society loses touch with reality and descends into delusions.” The witch trials of the 16th and 17th centuries are a classic example. We’re now in the middle of another mass psychosis, induced by relentless fearmongering coupled with data suppression […]

Following low-carb diet? Read why shouldn’t

Following low-carb diet? Read why shouldn’t

Going on a low-carb diet has long been a popular weight-loss strategy. But some doctors and nutrition experts have advised against doing so over fears that it could increase the risk of heart disease, since such diets typically involve eating lots of saturated fats, the kind found in red meat and butter.But a new study, […]

Letter From Lake Tahoe

Letter From Lake Tahoe

Here in the Lake Tahoe basin, the long-standing rule among locals is that you never plant a garden before Father’s Day because there’s always a freakish snowstorm in June. Not this year. Summer hadn’t even officially started when we began experiencing 90-degree weather. It wasn’t the triple digits of Portland’s heat dome, but it was […]