WND – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv presenting evidence Iran is violating the 2015 nuclear agreement.
In a live broadcast Monday from Israel’s defense ministry in Tel Aviv, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented evidence from 10 “secret nuclear files” recently obtained by Israeli intelligence that “prove” Iran lied “big time” about its nuclear weapons program.
“The Iran nuclear deal is based on lies. It’s based on Iranian lies and Iranian deception,” he declared.
Netanyahu said Iran “continues to lie,” noting that just last week, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said, “We never wanted to produce a bomb.”
“Yes, you did. Yes, you do. And the atomic archive proves it,” Netanyahu said.
The Israeli leader concluded the nuclear deal “gives Iran a clear path to an atomic arsenal.”
Al Jazeera – In Jordan visit, top US diplomat urges Palestinians to rejoin peace talks, repeats concern about Iran’s regional clout.
CNN – After a difficult, monthlong journey from Central America to the US-Mexico border, dozens of asylum-seeking migrants are vowing to remain outside an immigration processing center until “every last one” is admitted into the country, an organizer with the caravan said late Sunday.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
WND – Talk-show host Chuck Harder has died nearly 40 years after he began his career in talk radio.
His death, which took place the same day Barbara Bush died, received little coverage in the media at the time, but now Harder is being remembered by those who knew him and worked with him.
“Rest in peace, Chuck. You were a character,” wrote wrote Paul J. Blom, an author and online personality.
NBC – Adult film star Stormy Daniels has filed a defamation suit against President Donald Trump for a tweet that said a forensic sketch of a man who allegedly threatened her in 2011 was “a total con job.”
Infowars – A judge in Manhattan ruled Wednesday that it is not a violation of the law to refuse service to a supporter of the sitting President, and that they can be asked to leave the premises on those grounds, without recourse.
Economy & Business
RT – Tesla is losing $6,500 every minute and needs another $2 billion to get through the year. With losses continuing to mount, the spotlight of scrutiny has ramped up on the former media darling.
Science & Technology
RT – Facebook is trying to keep the European Court of Justice (ECJ) from reviewing an Irish privacy case, fearing potential limitations on its ability to move customer data from the EU to the US.
Activist Post – South China Morning Post covers both aspects of this emerging reality, as they report that assembly lines workers, train conductors and military personnel are having their respective hats, caps and helmets outfitted with the latest brain-reading sensors to determine efficiency and safety patterns.
The Chinese government acknowledges that workers expressed initial concern over the perception that they were having their minds read, but after some acclimation “they got used to the device. It looked and felt just like a safety helmet. They wore it all day at work.”
Future plans include use for flight operators in airline cockpits, but it “means the pilots may need to sacrifice some of their privacy for the sake of public safety.”
Heal Impact News – The research report is titled Oral NaHCO3 Activates a Splenic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway: Evidence That Cholinergic Signals Are Transmitted via Mesothelial Cells. (Abstract)
Time for a few nomenclature explanations:
NaHCO3 is the chemical makeup of bicarbonate of soda, commonly known as baking soda. Splenic refers to the spleen. Cholinergic refers to choline, a primary component of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine found in nerve fibers, are thin plate-like calls that cover the walls of fluid containing cavities within the body.
The study was conducted at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health. The researchers’ message is:
Our data indicate that oral NaHCO3 activates a splenic anti-inflammatory pathway and provides evidence that the signals that mediate this response are transmitted to the spleen via a novel neuronal-like function of mesothelial cells.
The Georgia Medical College study determines the mechanics of how baking soda manages all of the wonderful things it does despite its efficacy not being heralded by the “orthodox” medical industry.
Their research discovered the spleen’s role in mitigating inflammation beyond raising acidic pH levels to higher alkaline levels, which is a recognized attribute of baking soda even in mainstream medicine.
Mindbodygreen – Kale.Yep. Kale.
It won’t be news to you that this leafy green is a beacon of nutrition in the world of healthy eating, but you might not realize all the different benefits held within this plant and how they feed your entire system, creating a more hormonally balanced you.