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Lessons learned from #Harvey/ #Irma #Rescue channels on #Zello. Helping one another.

Lessons learned from Irma Rescue channels on Zello.

From monitoring many Zello emergency rescue accounts, I have learned that this could be a great tool for the future for people in disaster situation (If they have Internet capability)

I thought I would share a prep list for those Whom desire to assist their fellow man in tumultuous times.

Zello has provided a service that allows one to talk to a group or privately (Even encrypted) with Whom they like to. In Harvey, it was used for those Whom needed help or rescue when their primary Civil Support services were not available.

In disaster, you do not know what kind of communications you will have. Cell towers, main line phone lines, cable service, Internet, Satellite communications, and even 911 could fail to be available. It could leave one with only CB and HAM operators to rely upon.

During and after these storms, many were without such ability and the Interet was the only way to communicate. Hence Zello filled the void. For may, they just wanted to chat with others to not feel so alone. For some, it was the only lifesaving tool they had.

Some ISP Providers like Spectrum and Xfinity did, to the best of their ability, provide emergency free Internet service where they could. Kudos to you for that.

Having introduced the context, I wanted to present you with a Prep list that presents you with an avenue on how you may contribute, and how to keep out of trouble with the Internet of things.

1.First mission is information flow. Inform and coordinate with Local, State, and Federal Authorities prior to sending someone into any situation – if at all possible. For dispatchers, phone is the finest weapon you have.

As a Civilian, you are merely and augmentation service or force. The State and Local Officials are your primary support group. In cases they are over-loaded, they may ask one of your groups for help but that rarely, if ever, happens. It is question of Liability few Government officials will want to address in the fog of a real event.

Duplicate calls, duplicate rescues, and mass confusion can lead to life threatening situations if the channels are repetitive. I learned some of what I tell you here from the Cajun Navy as they have been at this awhile. They have tried to provide an example of Private Civil Augmentation.

You have to be “Trusted” to talk on their network channels which means, you fill out the form to volunteer. After which, you get passwords. Being a Non-Profit, they would like to maintain their 5013C status. This means accountability must be up-held. In fact, your information has to be cleared through the Department of Homeland Security.

2. Verification. I observed several possible pranks or traps coming over channel. Once you verify it is an actual person in an actual flooded area that does not intend to rob you or worse. There are always a few bad faith calls.

Which leads us to

3. Privatization of service. This is set by Infrastructure Categories.

4. Channel control. You will want separate channels for functioning separation of information. Many rescue groups have a main chat room where everything is handled. This is not Kosher. All the jackals and jokers come about in an Emergency situation not recognizing that If you do interfere with a rescue, you may be sent to Prison.

You never have enough dispatchers

Take your calls separate from the room with friend request to verify and if they are pranking, kick them out of the room

Have separate, encrypted channels for private information.

Never let people know where supplies, water, food, or gas is going over public channels. This is how you get raided. Also Coordinate with local Authority when shipping such things.

Try to moderate your volume to %80 percent. Some calls you can barely hear, some will wake everyone up in your neighborhood.

Keep weather checks and regular info on other channels than your work channels. Anything you can get from weather channel or AM radio in your car. This information may be useful on the ground for rescuers, but it is of no use for a rescue channel when people are asking for a weather check every 3 minutes.

Keep the channels clear. Block and report abuse. Separate the chatter. Gotta keep them separated.

5. For those on the ground who need verbal communication, the following resources are available Dispatchers:

Zello

Crowdsourse

Gas Buddy

Google maps

Apple maps

waze

wink news

ventusky maps

windfinder

FEMA APP IS AWESOME!

Local power company outage maps

Animal Control

Animal rescue shelters

Shelter apps – Local shelters, Evacuation shelters that allow pets. They are Our Family too. Check shot records too.

HAM Radio

CB Radio

Firechat

Mesh networks

Morse code

White flags on roof-tops of houses

Local nuclear plant data sites

Local water treatment plants

local chemical company plants

Local food market corporate sites (Distro – disribution info if they post it)

Uhaul, storage, UPS, FEDEX, Pipelines, Railroad, Greyhound, Hubs. Airports, Ports and Port Authority, CoastGuard, National Guatd, Attourney generals office, Governors Office,

6. As a moderator. seeking clarity of information is the key. You can be the straw that stirs the drink, or the one that breaks the chain. Some operators having stress have time and need to blow off steam with their fellows. So, when OPTEMPO slows down, let them know each-other and chat. But if emergency comes about it is “BREAK – Clear Channel”.

Give them ten seconds to speak and block them. Yet be cautious, few may be real, but they can go to one of the main popular rooms to ask.

7. Access: HUBS. You are looking for a way to somewhere, and always looking for a direct path at expense.

But what if you were traveling somewhere and got stuck at the airport? You ask where the nearest HUB is to get you closer to destination. Sometimes, flying (Or driving, or via Train or rickshaw or whatever) is better than waiting in airports. Buses and trains, private planes, Mariner charter, Cruise Ships! Support them too! Any logistic line is safe haven.

Buses, Trains, Uber, Lyft, Airbnb could find a place a block away. Do not discount Local Militias.

If you are Legit, someone needs to perk an ear up. But if you clog LOGISTIC Trains or get in the way of even the Local Sheriff, you are in the wrong unless you can stress test your case.

7. Record what you do. You can take screen shots and pictures. If you called 911, you are going to want to remember when. Sometimes calls go UN-answered so you will want to be able to show something.

8. Sheltering. They will not be checking immigration status at shelter but they may check for warrants, naturally. They will also want to know if your pets have been vaccinated.

9. Be creative. Does someone attached to machines need to be evacuated when the power goes out? Or could you just bring them a generator.

The Elderly could require a range of specialized equipment. Sometimes contacting the manufacturer helps to get equipment where it needs to go.

Baby formula, diapers, and dog food always run low in these events and as always – Fuel.

Also, listen to Frefal! http://ferfal.blogspot.com/2017/09/reply-7-things-i-learned-from-hurricane.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+SurvivingInArgentina+%28SURVIVING+IN+ARGENTINA%29

Would like to work for Trello someday.

Jason.

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Filed under: Analysis, Goodness, Strategy, systems, Toolbox, Viewing

#Watching Aug 2012

There are two kinetic wars currently on-going and are being largely ignored – these Soldiers require serious attention probably now more than ever. It’s a Meat Grinder and #CINC has been vaporwear on it.

Hezbollah’s network of procurement in Canada

Iran admits giving WMD to terrs

Saudi pull out of Lebanon over kidnappings

Another Civil War in Lebanon?

The next proxy war

Collateral fallout of WMD attack on Israel with Jordan and Lebanon – same if WMD are blown in stock.

Taliban style attack on on Pakistan Base (Assumed part of the nuclear strategics)

Egypt’s reverse Revolution

Continued strife in Mali

Kurds in autonomy, Turks on the trigger

Salifist are gaining momentum in Tunisia

QE3? WTF

Employers agonizing over having to lay off people and some just to close shop outright.

Water resources in the Middle east are being abused and drying up – it’s the nest thing.

Wondering if it is time to close the Philadelphi Corridor

The Yemen split governance and military

Egypt turning back on accords with Israel. Un-wise. (Think Congress of Vienna)

Pussy Riot – it really made Putin look weak.

 

Filed under: SNAFUBAR, Viewing, ,

What is this you celebrate? Well take a look sea. July 4 is what it is but what year?

Who was this?

He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.
He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them.
He has refused to pass other Laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of Representation in the Legislature, a right inestimable to them and formidable to tyrants only.
He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public Records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures.
He has dissolved Representative Houses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people.
He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the Legislative powers, incapable of Annihilation, have returned to the People at large for their exercise; the State remaining in the mean time exposed to all the dangers of invasion from without, and convulsions within.
He has endeavoured to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their migrations hither, and raising the conditions of new Appropriations of Lands.
He has obstructed the Administration of Justice, by refusing his Assent to Laws for establishing Judiciary powers.
He has made Judges dependent on his Will alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.
He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harrass our people, and eat out their substance.
He has kept among us, in times of peace, Standing Armies without the Consent of our legislatures.
He has affected to render the Military independent of and superior to the Civil power.
He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his Assent to their Acts of pretended Legislation:
For Quartering large bodies of armed troops among us:
For protecting them, by a mock Trial, from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States:
For cutting off our Trade with all parts of the world:
For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent:
For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury:
For transporting us beyond Seas to be tried for pretended offences
For abolishing the free System of English Laws in a neighbouring Province, establishing therein an Arbitrary government, and enlarging its Boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these Colonies:
For taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable Laws, and altering fundamentally the Forms of our Governments:
For suspending our own Legislatures, and declaring themselves invested with power to legislate for us in all cases whatsoever.
He has abdicated Government here, by declaring us out of his Protection and waging War against us.
He has plundered our seas, ravaged our Coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people.
He is at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to compleat the works of death, desolation and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of Cruelty & perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the Head of a civilized nation.
He has constrained our fellow Citizens taken Captive on the high Seas to bear Arms against their Country, to become the executioners of their friends and Brethren, or to fall themselves by their Hands.
He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.

Remember the originating simple thing outlined for governance upon stepping foot in this land America.

Back to Declaring – We, therefore, the Representatives of the united States of America, in General Congress, Assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the Name, and by Authority of the good People of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare, That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be Free and Independent States; that they are Absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain, is and ought to be totally dissolved; and that as Free and Independent States, they have full Power to levy War, conclude Peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce, and to do all other Acts and Things which Independent States may of right do. And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

Stay tuned for who is this round two.

Filed under: Goodness, Leadership, Viewing

#Watching – Over-all, it was a good week.

Child Trafficking in Bali
Vietnam wants heavy ammo
Burma ain’t all that but trying
Ivory Coast Moslem VS Christian war
Sudan the same
Boko Haram is a terr group because terr groups clean out those whom speak of false behalf? Okay.
Holder should be in bracelets
Some cops say the Dodge Charger is a piece of crap
SCAF Folding Parliment JudicialDecisions and the Elect, also Islamic law is still un-governable. Egypt
Need Patience w/Syria.No sandbox for old Amercia, Yet Israel may take weapons off if those SCUDS get near.
Airports in Libya, Tribes in Mali
Autistic Children given shock treatment. FU Judge.
Spain downgraded becomes hand in hand with 11 Million tax cheats that is Greece
which drags down the EURO. France does whatever the fuck it wants.
Had a Jubiliee
And a Celebrate Israel on 5TH Avenue
Mericans decided they did not like Unions running Government after-all. Wise folks them.
Iran pipeline, Russian crude, SCO and currency wars
Dow Droppings
Forclosure rate up up up.
Double dip recession taxes – no one will hire cause of Janugeddeon and obamadare
Leaking appendages in Congress and the White House.
Eurovision and Caucus or Central Asia as it were.
Albania and Azerbaijan
Flame out’s and douchebaggery
Zombaid – Bath salts and LEO’s be aware; They are out there.
Crystal Meth Trafficking by Iran
Arms shipments from Russia to Syria?
Arms shipments from Amercia to Syria?
Iran cleaning up fissile material
Monty Python – Life of Bryon

And much much more!

Filed under: Viewing

Health, because no other time is NOW. Everybody Everybody! Yeah. It’s real :)

It’s time to show you this, because for many, you need to see what Health Care is.

Pentagon Turns to Brain Implants to Repair Damaged Minds | Danger Room | Wired.com

Administration: 51% Of Companies’ Health Plans Won’t Pass Muster

Technology Review: Old Livers Made New Again

Sea snail venom provides potent pain relief – health – 15 June 2010 – New Scientist

South African doctor invents female condoms with ‘teeth’ to fight rape – CNN.com

Technology Review: Drug Targets Lupus by Tricking Immune System

FuturePundit: Vitamin B6 Cuts Lung Cancer Risk

Home | www.medalofhonorspeakout.org

The Frame: Oil spill hits 60th day

Facing health insurance premium hikes, Obama administration eyes price controls

Technology Review: Cell Transplants for Macular Degeneration

No more fillings? Gel regenerates teeth – Health – Oral health – msnbc.com

FuturePundit: High Phenolic Olive Oil Changes Gene Expression

Mike Arone Fitness

FuturePundit: Short Telomeres Markers For Higher Cancer Risk

Advance in Quest for HIV Vaccine – WSJ.com

Reduce Stress By Changing How You Think – Forbes.com

Medical Daily: First ‘Malaria-Proof’ mosquito created by scientists

FuturePundit: Livers Grown On Scaffolding

Technology Review: Speeding Up Diagnosis of Infectious Disease

Massachusetts shows ObamaCare’s ugly future–Sally Pipes – NYPOST.com

Technology Review: New Cancer Drug Gets Dramatic Results

American Thinker- Print Article

Spices Reduce Cancer-Causing HCAs In Cooked Meat

FuturePundit: Aging Blood Vessels Cause Muscle Loss

Scientists See Progress on Lung Cancer and Melanoma – NYTimes.com

Deficit Effects of the Health-Care Bill – Veronique de Rugy – The Corner on National Review Online

FuturePundit: Noise During Sleep Impairs Morning Performance

Refusals to Take Medicare Patients Reach All-Time High – Daniel Foster – The Corner on National Review Online

New Devices to Help Heart Patients – NYTimes.com

Health overhaul may mean longer ER waits, crowding – Yahoo! News

Health law risks turning away sick – TheHill.com

Our Deeply Unethical National Organ Policy — The American, A Magazine of Ideas

A chemical to make brain cells grow: Mental decline thwarted in aging rats

Britain Plans to Decentralize National Health Care

Gel that can help decayed teeth grow back could end fillings | Mail Online

Gateway Pundit

Damaged heart could be coaxed into mending itself, claim scientists – Telegraph

A Fraud Exposed — and Ignored – Critical Condition – National Review Online

Stem Cell Transplant Cures HIV In ‘Berlin Patient’

Why Does The Army Want Me Weak? – Professional Soldiers ®

A First Look at Pawlentycare – Nicole Russell – Politics – The Atlantic

Blocking rogue gene may stop cancer spread-study | Reuters

The Coming Doctor Shortage

World’s Smallest Medical Camera Is Disposable, Too | Fast Company

Like Long Medical Wait Times, Crowded Emergency Rooms? You’ll Love ObamaCare. – Hit & Run : Reason Magazine

New Treatment (in USA) Available Soon – Professional Soldiers ®

Sound test could identify ‘locked-in’ patients – health – 12 May 2011 – New Scientist

GoodShit › <B>Scientists find ‘master switch’ to controlling human fat</b>

Scientists cure cancer, but no one takes notice — Health & Wellness — Sott.net

Researchers map, measure brain’s neural connections | KurzweilAI

Can We Get ‘Price Controls’ Out of Medicare? – By Veronique de Rugy – The Corner – National Review Online

first aid how to series – Frugal’s Forums

A new trial coming for previously failed Parkinson’s treatment – FierceBiotech Research

FuturePundit: Ketamine Mechanism Against Depression

Focus on the Well-Being of the Military, Veterans, and Their Families | RAND

FuturePundit: Short Telomeres Boost Progerin Aging Protein

Beer drinking curbed by prodigious weed – health – 16 May 2005 – New Scientist

Who’s Making Your Healthcare Decisions?

Red-blooded delivery device gets by body’s defenses – FierceDrugDelivery

Talk softly but carry a tiny stick: Stroke prevention and recovery with nanotube-delivered siRNA

A classic instinct — salt appetite — is linked to drug addiction

Stem cells grow fully functional new teeth

FuturePundit: Gene Therapy In Rabbits Prevents Artery Clogging

New cancer treatment reprograms immune system – CBS News

Possible progress in medicine — Marginal Revolution

FuturePundit: Flax Seed Against Radiation Damage

Scientists may have found early biomarker for ovarian cancer – FierceBiomarkers

Personal Security – Technology Review

Blind mother seeing anew thanks to Hub ‘miracle’ – BostonHerald.com

Stem cells to heart parts in 5 years, researchers say – FierceBiotech Research

LIFENET® System

Stem cells from ear can create new cartilage – FierceBiotech Research

FuturePundit: Peptide Paint Reverses Tooth Decay

Scientists develop sutureless method for joining blood vessels

Measles virus may be let loose against cancer cells – FierceBiomarkers

Foxfire cancer treatment sees Brian Brooks’ tumours killed in TWO DAYS | Mail Online

FuturePundit: Exercise Tells Stem Cells To Become Bone, Not Fat

Researchers report promising new TB vaccine – FierceBiotech Research

Chemotherapy breakthrough could dramatically reduce side-effects | Science | The Guardian

American Thinker: ObamaCare: Will Someone Please Kill It Before It Kills Us?

Lies, Damned Lies, and Muscle Tone | CrossFit Impulse

The Zone Diet Explained | CrossFit Impulse

Basic Nutrition | CrossFit Impulse

Bering in Mind: An ode to the many evolved virtues of human semen

In Praise of Frozen Vegetables – Megan McArdle – Personal – The Atlantic

Next Gen Digital Sight Could Cure Blindness – Breakthrough Award Innovator – Popular Mechanics

Young Boy Becomes First Human to Live With a Permanent “Robot Heart”

FuturePundit: MicroRNA Testing For Early Bladder Cancer Diagnosis

Exoskeletons, Robo Rats and Synthetic Skin: The Pentagon’s Cyborg Army | Danger Room | Wired.com

The First Precursor: The Pain in My Legs – The Tales of a Stroke Patient – Everyday Health Blogs

Welcome to CrossFit: Forging Elite Fitness

Web search

MJ HEALTH & FITNESS: Best Shape of Your Life in 20 Minutes

XL Athlete – Home

Welcome to OREF:

Blogs4Life

The Drug Industry’s Problem(s) – The Atlantic Business Channel

Edgelings.com » Biotech Company is One of Tech’s Few Bright Spots

Chemical drink breathes life into damaged hearts – health – 09 February 2009 – New Scientist

Next Big Future: University of Texas at Houston, DARPA Developing Fracture Putty to Regenerate Broken Bones

Infantry: Magical Goo Makes It All Better

Gene Expression

So, Do You Really Want to Know? | Popular Science

Researchers Find Safer Way to Produce Stem Cell Alternative

How to Get Bruce Lee Like Strength Without Ever Going to a Gym | Zen Habits

Salt Might Be ‘Nature’s Antidepressant’

Senators slam plan for wounded vets to use private insurance

Edgelings.com » Restoring their Voices

XL Athlete – Browse drill sheets

XL Athlete – Browse drill sheets

The Next Phage | Popular Science

KeithHennessey.com » How many uninsured people need additional help from taxpayers?

Memorial Health Care System Homepage

healthcare disaster

Under Obama Healthcare Scheme, Big Government Rations Care for Sick Patients – US News and World Report

Technology Review: Healing the Heart with Bone-Marrow Cells

Welcome to AJC! | ajc.com

New Psychiatric Diagnoses for a New Millennium | Popular Science

Hit & Run > Really Great Stem Cell Research News – Reason Magazine

Tomato Pill “Beats Heart Disease.”

KeithHennessey.com » Understanding the Kennedy health care bill

Gene therapy technique thwarts cancer by cutting off tumor blood supply.

In Vino Veritas: I’ll Drink to That | Standpoint.Online

fix Medicare first.

with MicroRNA.

Top 10 Medical Breakthroughs for 2008 | 1913 Intel

Dr. Jacques Chaoulli

Obama’s Doctor Knocks ObamaCare – Forbes.com

Prostate Cancer: From Inoperable to Cancer Free.

US Medical Costs Conundrum

What Your Body Is Telling You – WSJ.com

Can You Get Fit in Six Minutes a Week? – Well Blog – NYTimes.com

Even the ‘uninsured’ like their coverage.

Amazon.com: Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator (AED): Health & Personal Care

YouTube – What if Government Ran Health Care? (Sprint Ad Remix)

6 Wildest Bug Zappers – How to Kill Mosquitoes, Flies and Other Insects With Electricity – Popular Mechanics

The forbidding arithmetic of healthcare reform – The Boston Globe

Michael Kinsley – Rationing Health Care Is Our Choice – washingtonpost.com

stem cells and cancer

Gel Grows Tissue For Receded Gums On Teeth.

Health Reform: Who Are They Trying To Fool?

NEXT-GENERATION MEDICAL TREATMENTS.

Wanted: Honesty on Health Care: The president’s health care lies might be injurious to your health – Reason Magazine

may prevent Alzheimer’s but don’t help once you’ve got it.

“Obama’s health care proposal is, in effect, the repeal of the Medicare program as we know it. The elderly will go from being the group with the most access to free medical care to the one with the least access.”

A “Criminally Insane” Cliff Asness Takes On Health Care Mythology And Pretty Much Everything Else

Uwe Reinhardt on Health Care Rationing | Cato @ Liberty

by stimulating stem cells?

Quest » Electronic Safety Net for the Homeless » Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity @ University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Government Healthcare – Professional Soldiers ®

Patients United Now

Markets, Not Mandates : How medical markets would improve health care and reduce costs – Reason Magazine

Hoover Institution – Hoover Digest – Here’s a Second Opinion

The Health Care Bill

Nancy and the Astroturfers • Looking at the Left

RealClearPolitics – What ‘Right’ to Health Care?

John Mackey: The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare – WSJ.com

The President repeats an important math error | KeithHennessey.com

David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey – Constitutionality of Health Insurance Mandate Questioned

ORNL’s research help for Parkinson’s, other diseases | Frank Munger’s Atomic City Underground | knoxnews.com

Questions about health care reform (version 2.0) (gabryelski.com)

Move Well, Avoid Injury

the deadly sting of “nanobees:”

Jules Crittenden » How To Live Forever Part 2

Fixing Health Care: A Real Solution – The Market Ticker

Scott Harrington: Fact-Checking the President on Health Insurance – WSJ.com

Faster, please.

A new report finds that medical innovation boosts life expectancy, but doesn’t cost more.

Pollster.com: Health Care Plan: Favor / Oppose

Martin Feldstein – A Better Way to Health Reform

The Homeless Advisor

Surgical Scalpel Sniffs Out Tumors While It Cuts | Popular Science

Power Line – Dumb “Reform”

WSJ’s Guide to ObamaCare – WSJ.com

FuturePundit: Alcohol Helps Slow Aging Decline?

Fact-Check: Health Insurer Profits Not So Fat.

Well – The Human Body Is Built for Distance – NYTimes.com

The Doom that Fell Upon Medical Progress in the US

John Shadegg: There is a No-Cost Path to Cheaper Health Care – WSJ.com

Jeffrey S. Flier: Health ‘Reform’ Gets a Failing Grade – WSJ.com

BBC News – Alcohol ‘protects men’s hearts’

Scientists crack ‘entire genetic code’ of cancer.

PointofLaw.com | PointOfLaw Columns: Impermissible Ratemaking in Health-Insurance Reform: Why the Reid Bill is Unconstitutional

Judicial Hellholes

FOXNews.com – Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid of Obama’s Latest Big Brother Plan

“Top Ten Reasons to Kill the Senate Health Care Bill”

BBC News – ‘Lifeless’ prion proteins are ‘capable of evolution’

PJTV – Medically Incorrect – Future Cures: Medical Advances that Could Change Your Life

Common anti-inflammatory drug could help prevent skin cancers, Stanford researcher says.

Morale: Making It Easier To Mend

Global Politician – The Body as a Torture Chamber

Haiti Earthquake Body Disposal – How to Handle the Dead in Haiti – Popular Mechanics

APFT Calculator Online (ArmyStudyGuide.com)

RETRACTS 1998 STUDY LINKING VACCINES AND AUTISM.

Mississippi in US calls on Iran for help with primary health care system « Did You Know

true healthcare reform

ONE | Policy News

Stafford Hospital caused ‘unimaginable suffering’ – Times Online

Support: Where Has All The Paper Gone?

Nine Technologies To Save Money For Our Health Care System | Popular Science

Tips on… Sundowning

American Thinker: The Cuba I Saw

FuturePundit: Psychopathic Brains Driven To Seek Rewards

Observatory – Seeking Safe Ways to Deliver Nitric Oxide in Medical Care – NYTimes.com

Technology Review: A Cheap, Portable Wound-Healing Device

Arizona Kills SCHIP, Puts Medicaid on a Diet – Business – The Atlantic

NHS compare

joint relief – instaflex

Peering Into Our Future?

The Liberty Papers »Blog Archive » ObamaCare’s Immediate Impact

FuturePundit: Growth Factor Boosts Stem Cell Growth

Slashdot Science Story | Child Receives Trachea Grown From Own Stem Cells

Slashdot Science Story | First Anti-Cancer Nanoparticle Trial on Humans a Success

From a Doctor Who Will Not Comply – Daniel Foster – The Corner on National Review Online

FuturePundit: Helicobacter Pylori Infection Gastric Cancer Risk

Grow Your Own…Blood Vessels? – Hit & Run : Reason Magazine

Hot Air » Blog Archive » AP: Say, guess what we just found in ObamaCare!

A Banana A Day Keeps HIV Away? | The Frisky

FuturePundit: Cell Therapy Restores Mouse Brain Plasticity

Paralysed limbs revived by hacking into nerves – tech – 01 April 2010 – New Scientist

h+ Magazine | Covering technological, scientific, and cultural trends that are changing–and will change–human beings in fundamental ways.

military advancements

Scientists make cancer cells vanish – Herald Scotland | News | Health

Welcome to the WorldClinic

Inhaled drug may prevent lung cancer: study | Reuters

American Thinker: Is U.S. Health Care Truly ‘Broken’?

Naked Truth: Why Women Shrug Off Lousy Sex – Yahoo! News

Sexual Fitness

The scientific rules of attraction – Science, News – The Independent

Attrition: A Suitcase Full Of Heart

First Human Liver Grown in Lab

Coral Snake Antivenom – Coral Snake Bite Venom – Popular Mechanics

Confessions of a Price Controller — The American, A Magazine of Ideas

A cure for the common cold may finally be achieved as a result of a remarkable discovery in a Cambridge laboratory – Science, News – The Independent

FuturePundit: Home Colon Cancer DNA Tests Under Development

Discovery in Salamanders Could Lead to Human Limb Regeneration

FuturePundit: Beet Juice Boosts Blood Brain Flow In Older Adults

Gallery: Military’s Freakiest Medical Projects | Danger Room | Wired.com

Human induced pluripotent stem cells generated to further treatments for lung disease

Instapundit » Blog Archive » FROM THE ANNALS OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE: “God Help You. You’re on Dialysis.” UPDATE: Dr. K…

FuturePundit: Gene Therapy Immune Tweak Kills Melanoma In Mice

ObamaCare kills discount drug deals to childrens hospitals « Hot Air

FuturePundit: Lenalidomide To Restore Aging Immune Systems?

Cancer cells dupe the body’s immune system – health – 14 December 2010 – New Scientist

FuturePundit: Insulin-Producing Cells Made From Adult Cells

The Fatal Move From The FDA – Forbes.com

Cell-Seeded Sutures to Repair the Heart – Technology Review

NHS “wasting £50m a year on expensive insulin” « Don Surber

Breakthrough in TB Diagnostics – Technology Review

Blood test to spot cancer gets big boost » The Commercial Appeal

Al Fin: Guest Article: 20 Educational Alternative Medicine Blogs

Alcohol and Exercise – NYTimes.com

JustOneMinute: Pump Some Iron And Smarten Up (You Dirty Rat)

Cancer breakthrough: scientists discover harmless bacteria in soil kills cancer tumors

Al Fin: Guest Article: 100 Smart & Surprising Uses for Simple Drug Store Items

Spray-on Skin Is a Reality

She used 4 easy tips to lose weight – CNN.com

Why Society Is Running Out of Vital Medications – Edward Tenner – Life – The Atlantic

GoodShit › <B>Scientists hail the single pill that halves the risk of heart disease</b>

Dangerous Minds | Medical Marijuana Primer with Michael Backes

Artificial Blood Substitute – Synthetic Blood Research – Popular Mechanics

Cellular Salve | The Scientist

US soldier Isaias Hernandez ‘re-grows leg’ after pig bladder hormone injection | Mail Online

GoodShit › AIDS Breakthrough

Can a Solar Power System in a Suitcase Save Mothers’ Lives? – Alexis Madrigal – Technology – The Atlantic

FuturePundit: Replacement Teeth Grown For Mice

Saving Medicare from Itself > Publications > National Affairs

Why Staying Up Late at Night Is an Unhealthy Habit | Security World News

Researchers Announce a Breakthrough on HIV/AIDS Treatment – Technology Review

SimplePickup’s Channel – YouTube

Simple Pickup: Are these the greatest pickup artists of all time? – Coupling: Dating, marriage and other relationships – Salon.com

Daily pill could stop or even reverse multiple sclerosis | Mail Online

Obama Administration to Ban Asthma Inhalers Over Environmental Concerns | The Weekly Standard

Scientists discover virus that kills all types of breast cancer ‘within seven days’ | The Raw Story

Scientists Disarm AIDS Virus’ Attack on Immune System | Health | English

PhRMA president calls Obama policy ‘wrongheaded’ – Washington Times

Why We’re Uncompetitive in [Market-Ticker]

Winning the Cancer War

Bartering For Health Care: Yardwork For Treatment : NPR

Very Small Portion Changes Can Lead to Significant Weight Loss – Beth Fontenot – Life – The Atlantic

FuturePundit: Gold Nanowires For Heart Patch Muscle Cells

Protein ‘switches’ could turn cancer cells into tiny chemotherapy factories | KurzweilAI

Alzheimer’s might be transmissible in similar way as infectious prion diseases, research suggests

Confronting the Cost of Health Care – Megan McArdle – Business – The Atlantic

Giving Prosthetics a Sense of Touch – Technology Review

Body suit may soon enable the paralyzed to walk

Diabetic rats cured with their own stem cells – health – 07 October 2011 – New Scientist

PJ Lifestyle » Things You Take for Granted

Scientists correct sickle cell disease in mice | Reuters

the Foresight Institute » Blog Archive » Destroying cancer cells by incorporating an artificial biological computer

New research links common RNA modification to obesity

Major ALS Breakthrough – Common Cause of All Forms of ALS Discovered | Neuroscience News

measles outbreak due to un-vaccinated

The Doctor’s Remedy: Turmeric for Joint Pain – NYTimes.com

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome Can Steal Youth – NYTimes.com

Research proposes common link between autism, diabetes

Squirts of Insulin May Help Those With Early Alzheimer’s – NYTimes.com

Rationing: States Limiting Hospital Stays for Medicaid Patients | CNSnews.com

A Hearing Aid That Cuts Out All the Clatter – NYTimes.com

Why Men Cheat: The Secret Revealed! [VIDEO] | YourTango

pain relief, not from the VA, but from a friend – Frugal’s Forums

Amazon.com: TENS unit

DailyDirt: Seriously, You Are What You Eat… | Techdirt

Strawberries protect the stomach from alcohol

Blood From A Stone? No. Blood From Rice? Sure | Fox News

What’s Choking U.S. Troops? Feds Have No Idea | Danger Room | Wired.com

The Virtual Nurse Will See You Now – Technology Review

Toyota shows machines to help sick, elderly move

Another Part of Obamacare Increases Premiums

Fluorescent Spray Could Help Surgeons Identify Cancer Quickly – Technology Review

GoodShit › <B>17-year-old wins 100k for creating cancer-killing nanoparticle </b>

Medicine Needs Frugal Innovation – Technology Review

Sleeping With The Enemy: What You Get From Your Pet | Wired Science | Wired.com

GoodShit › <B>Arthritis and botulinum toxin: Something to celebrate</b>

Paul Ryan’s Medicare Compromise – Hit & Run : Reason Magazine

Alarm as Dutch lab creates highly contagious killer flu – Science – News – The Independent

The Human Lake | The Loom | Discover Magazine

Navigating Love and Autism – NYTimes.com

AIDS Prevention Inspires Ways to Simplify Circumcision – NYTimes.com

Plastic Antibodies Shown to Fight Off Antigens in the Body Just Like the Real Thing | Popular Science

Personal Security – Technology Review

Welcome to CrossFit: Forging Elite Fitness

Web search

MJ HEALTH & FITNESS: Best Shape of Your Life in 20 Minutes

XL Athlete – Home

Welcome to OREF:

Blogs4Life

The Drug Industry’s Problem(s) – The Atlantic Business Channel

Edgelings.com » Biotech Company is One of Tech’s Few Bright Spots

Chemical drink breathes life into damaged hearts – health – 09 February 2009 – New Scientist

Next Big Future: University of Texas at Houston, DARPA Developing Fracture Putty to Regenerate Broken Bones

Infantry: Magical Goo Makes It All Better

Gene Expression

So, Do You Really Want to Know? | Popular Science

Researchers Find Safer Way to Produce Stem Cell Alternative

How to Get Bruce Lee Like Strength Without Ever Going to a Gym | Zen Habits

Salt Might Be ‘Nature’s Antidepressant’

Senators slam plan for wounded vets to use private insurance

Edgelings.com » Restoring their Voices

XL Athlete – Browse drill sheets

XL Athlete – Browse drill sheets

The Next Phage | Popular Science

KeithHennessey.com » How many uninsured people need additional help from taxpayers?

Memorial Health Care System Homepage

healthcare disaster

Under Obama Healthcare Scheme, Big Government Rations Care for Sick Patients – US News and World Report

Technology Review: Healing the Heart with Bone-Marrow Cells

Welcome to AJC! | ajc.com

New Psychiatric Diagnoses for a New Millennium | Popular Science

Hit & Run > Really Great Stem Cell Research News – Reason Magazine

Tomato Pill “Beats Heart Disease.”

KeithHennessey.com » Understanding the Kennedy health care bill

Gene therapy technique thwarts cancer by cutting off tumor blood supply.

In Vino Veritas: I’ll Drink to That | Standpoint.Online

fix Medicare first.

with MicroRNA.

Top 10 Medical Breakthroughs for 2008 | 1913 Intel

Dr. Jacques Chaoulli

Obama’s Doctor Knocks ObamaCare – Forbes.com

Prostate Cancer: From Inoperable to Cancer Free.

US Medical Costs Conundrum

What Your Body Is Telling You – WSJ.com

Can You Get Fit in Six Minutes a Week? – Well Blog – NYTimes.com

Even the ‘uninsured’ like their coverage.

Amazon.com: Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator (AED): Health & Personal Care

YouTube – What if Government Ran Health Care? (Sprint Ad Remix)

6 Wildest Bug Zappers – How to Kill Mosquitoes, Flies and Other Insects With Electricity – Popular Mechanics

The forbidding arithmetic of healthcare reform – The Boston Globe

Michael Kinsley – Rationing Health Care Is Our Choice – washingtonpost.com

stem cells and cancer

Gel Grows Tissue For Receded Gums On Teeth.

Health Reform: Who Are They Trying To Fool?

NEXT-GENERATION MEDICAL TREATMENTS.

Wanted: Honesty on Health Care: The president’s health care lies might be injurious to your health – Reason Magazine

may prevent Alzheimer’s but don’t help once you’ve got it.

“Obama’s health care proposal is, in effect, the repeal of the Medicare program as we know it. The elderly will go from being the group with the most access to free medical care to the one with the least access.”

A “Criminally Insane” Cliff Asness Takes On Health Care Mythology And Pretty Much Everything Else

Uwe Reinhardt on Health Care Rationing | Cato @ Liberty

by stimulating stem cells?

Quest » Electronic Safety Net for the Homeless » Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity @ University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Government Healthcare – Professional Soldiers ®

Patients United Now

Markets, Not Mandates : How medical markets would improve health care and reduce costs – Reason Magazine

Hoover Institution – Hoover Digest – Here’s a Second Opinion

The Health Care Bill

Nancy and the Astroturfers • Looking at the Left

RealClearPolitics – What ‘Right’ to Health Care?

John Mackey: The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare – WSJ.com

The President repeats an important math error | KeithHennessey.com

David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey – Constitutionality of Health Insurance Mandate Questioned

ORNL’s research help for Parkinson’s, other diseases | Frank Munger’s Atomic City Underground | knoxnews.com

Questions about health care reform (version 2.0) (gabryelski.com)

Move Well, Avoid Injury

the deadly sting of “nanobees:”

Jules Crittenden » How To Live Forever Part 2

Fixing Health Care: A Real Solution – The Market Ticker

Scott Harrington: Fact-Checking the President on Health Insurance – WSJ.com

Faster, please.

A new report finds that medical innovation boosts life expectancy, but doesn’t cost more.

Pollster.com: Health Care Plan: Favor / Oppose

Martin Feldstein – A Better Way to Health Reform

The Homeless Advisor

Surgical Scalpel Sniffs Out Tumors While It Cuts | Popular Science

Power Line – Dumb “Reform”

WSJ’s Guide to ObamaCare – WSJ.com

FuturePundit: Alcohol Helps Slow Aging Decline?

Fact-Check: Health Insurer Profits Not So Fat.

Well – The Human Body Is Built for Distance – NYTimes.com

The Doom that Fell Upon Medical Progress in the US

John Shadegg: There is a No-Cost Path to Cheaper Health Care – WSJ.com

Jeffrey S. Flier: Health ‘Reform’ Gets a Failing Grade – WSJ.com

BBC News – Alcohol ‘protects men’s hearts’

Scientists crack ‘entire genetic code’ of cancer.

PointofLaw.com | PointOfLaw Columns: Impermissible Ratemaking in Health-Insurance Reform: Why the Reid Bill is Unconstitutional

Judicial Hellholes

FOXNews.com – Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid of Obama’s Latest Big Brother Plan

“Top Ten Reasons to Kill the Senate Health Care Bill”

BBC News – ‘Lifeless’ prion proteins are ‘capable of evolution’

PJTV – Medically Incorrect – Future Cures: Medical Advances that Could Change Your Life

Common anti-inflammatory drug could help prevent skin cancers, Stanford researcher says.

Morale: Making It Easier To Mend

Global Politician – The Body as a Torture Chamber

Haiti Earthquake Body Disposal – How to Handle the Dead in Haiti – Popular Mechanics

APFT Calculator Online (ArmyStudyGuide.com)

RETRACTS 1998 STUDY LINKING VACCINES AND AUTISM.

Mississippi in US calls on Iran for help with primary health care system « Did You Know

true healthcare reform

ONE | Policy News

Stafford Hospital caused ‘unimaginable suffering’ – Times Online

Support: Where Has All The Paper Gone?

Nine Technologies To Save Money For Our Health Care System | Popular Science

Tips on… Sundowning

American Thinker: The Cuba I Saw

FuturePundit: Psychopathic Brains Driven To Seek Rewards

Observatory – Seeking Safe Ways to Deliver Nitric Oxide in Medical Care – NYTimes.com

Technology Review: A Cheap, Portable Wound-Healing Device

Arizona Kills SCHIP, Puts Medicaid on a Diet – Business – The Atlantic

NHS compare

joint relief – instaflex

Peering Into Our Future?

The Liberty Papers »Blog Archive » ObamaCare’s Immediate Impact

FuturePundit: Growth Factor Boosts Stem Cell Growth

Slashdot Science Story | Child Receives Trachea Grown From Own Stem Cells

Slashdot Science Story | First Anti-Cancer Nanoparticle Trial on Humans a Success

From a Doctor Who Will Not Comply – Daniel Foster – The Corner on National Review Online

FuturePundit: Helicobacter Pylori Infection Gastric Cancer Risk

Grow Your Own…Blood Vessels? – Hit & Run : Reason Magazine

Hot Air » Blog Archive » AP: Say, guess what we just found in ObamaCare!

A Banana A Day Keeps HIV Away? | The Frisky

FuturePundit: Cell Therapy Restores Mouse Brain Plasticity

Paralysed limbs revived by hacking into nerves – tech – 01 April 2010 – New Scientist

h+ Magazine | Covering technological, scientific, and cultural trends that are changing–and will change–human beings in fundamental ways.

military advancements

Scientists make cancer cells vanish – Herald Scotland | News | Health

Welcome to the WorldClinic

Inhaled drug may prevent lung cancer: study | Reuters

Stem cell test is ‘biggest breakthrough in treating heart attacks for a generation’ – Telegraph

FDA Revokes Avastin Approval for Breast Cancer | TheBlaze.com

Hesperian Health Guides | Knowledge for Action – Action for Health

UCLA-Developed Mouthwash A ‘Smart Bomb’ Against Cavities? « CBS Los Angeles

Frontline Medicine: developments – Small Wars Council

Novel ALS drug slows symptom progression, reduces mortality in phase II trial

Darpa: Do Away With Antibiotics, Then Destroy All Pathogens | Danger Room | Wired.com

Invisible Hearing® with Esteem®

Does Marijuana Make You Stupid? | Wired Science | Wired.com

Truths That Women Have About Men

The Ultimate Mouthwash: Has Tooth Decay Finally Met Its Match? – Neil Wagner – Health – The Atlantic

What Consumers Will Lose Thanks to ObamaCare’s Medical Loss Ratio Rule – Hit & Run : Reason Magazine

The Home Front – National Review Online

Mysterious nodding syndrome spreading through Uganda – health – 23 December 2011 – New Scientist

Newsalert: Vitamin C and Aging

Mentally ill flood ER as states cut services – Frugal’s Forums

42 Substances that can Kill [Infographic]

Researchers successfully treat previously lethal doses of radiation

Deep-Brain Stimulation Found to Fix Depression Long-Term: Scientific American

Our Selves, Other Cells – Boing Boing

PJ Lifestyle » Five Keys to Sleeping Well Tonight

Vitamins B, C, D and E and Omega-3 Strengthen Older Brains – NYTimes.com

Cream Treats Skin Cancers in Two Hours

Surgeons Implant Synthetic Trachea in Baltimore Man – NYTimes.com

MIT Engineers Create a Nanoscale Blood-Clotting Coating | TheBlaze.com

Bed bugs: A new debugger | The Economist

Discovery Could Lead to an Exercise Pill – Technology Review

The Case for Treating PTSD in Veterans With Medical Marijuana | GoodShit

Good intentions ease pain, add to pleasure: study

Coffee prevent diabetes: Coffee prevent diabetes new study reveals why – latimes.com

FuturePundit: Slowly Digested Carbohydrates Lower Inflammation Markers

GoodShit › <B>Feel a Chill? Brown Fat’s Busy Slimming You Down</b>

Fried food does not hurt

AHRQ Quality Indicators [TM] Toolkit for Hospitals

Regrowing Your Own Teeth – Fox News Video – Fox News

FDA Approves Vertex Drug for Cystic Fibrosis – WSJ.com

Burn Victim Sam Brown Treated With Virtual-Reality Video Game SnowWorld: Newsmakers: GQ

Honey Heals Chronic Wounds

There’s A New Male Birth Control Option On The Horizon – The Frisky

UK elderly are “wasting too many bedrooms”

Fracture Putty Can Heal a Broken Bone In Days – Slashdot

Armageddon Medicine – How to be your own doctor in 2012 and beyond

Sit All Day? 6 Ways To Stay Active At Your Desk

New Drugs Cost Even More Than You Think – Megan McArdle – National – The Atlantic

The Importance of Roughhousing With Your Kids | The Art of Manliness

Secret of Chinese herbal remedy discovered | GoodShit

Researchers discover what cancer cells need to travel

I’ve Got One Word For You, Benjamin | Better All the Time

Prosthetics that Feel | Better All the Time

Why an MRI costs $1,080 in America and $280 in France – The Washington Post

Exercise for the Disabled, by CentOre – SurvivalBlog.com

One Does Not Simply Walk Into Fluorine Chemistry. In the Pipeline:

Treating schizophrenia | GoodShit

New Alzheimer’s marker strongly predicts mental decline | GoodShit

Your Government Is Killing You (Really) in [Market-Ticker]

50% of UK Nursing Home Patients Abused By Government Health Care | Via Meadia

Soon, anti-anxiety drug ‘could make alcoholics forget their booze craving’ — timesofindia.indiatimes.com — Readability

Al Fin: A New Angle of Attack Against Alzheimer’s Dementia

Tinnitus silenced by retuning brain — www.telegraph.co.uk — Readability

My Secret to Getting Sober – WSJ.com

10 Ways to Visualize How Americans Spend Money on Health Care – Derek Thompson – Business – The Atlantic

From Replacement Parts to Upgrades | Better All the Time

Viruses Are Recruited and Flipped as Cancer Killers – NYTimes.com

LiveLeak.com – New device makes wheelchairs obsolete.

WaterDay.org

Clue to male baldness discovered

Forget your five-a-day: Popcorn has ‘more antioxidants than fruit and vegetables’ | Mail Online

The Benefits of Bilingualism | GoodShit

Jerry Brito – Top ten myths about introverts

Bacteria use chat to play the ‘prisoner’s dilemma’ game in deciding their fate | GoodShit

How do you buy organs on the black market? — io9.com — Readability

Tough Mudder – Probably the Toughest Event on the Planet

Sergeant Godsmack vs. Nazar

Drug Shortages | WhiteCoat’s Call Room

The Health Care Disaster and the Miseries of Blue | Via Meadia

“The Unborn Baby Has Spoken.” – Ricochet.com

Are You Almost Alcoholic? Taking a New Look at an Old Problem – Joseph Nowinski & Robert Doyle – Health – The Atlantic

tacmed tips by Pocket Doc of Dark Angel Medical, LLC

Caring, Romantic American Boys – NYTimes.com

Why You Should Learn to Love Pink Slime – Megan McArdle – Business – The Atlantic

PJ Media » Study: Surgery Not Always Necessary for Appendicitis

Olive Can Cure Malaria? And WHO doesn’t know? » Philosophers stone | Philosophers stone

Dilutions of Grandeur: It’s World Homeopathy Awareness Week « Science-Based Pharmacy

Woman Regains Voice After Not Being Able To Talk For Past 35 Years « CBS Cleveland

Defensive Gun Uses Save the U.S. One Trillion Dollars Per Year | The Truth About Guns

6 People Who Gained Amazing Skills from Brain Injuries | Cracked.com

New treatment for prostate cancer gives ‘perfect results’ for nine in ten men: research – Telegraph

Researchers develop stem cells that attack and destroy HIV — www.rawstory.com — Readability

BBC News – Breast cancer rules rewritten in ‘landmark’ study

Combination of Gilead, Bristol-Myers Hepatitis C Drugs Show Promise – WSJ.com

Water and Sanitation: Decisive Effects in Modern Operations | Small Wars Journal

EXTREME Do-it-Yourself Resilience: A Home Scale Waste Water Treatment Plant

schizophrenia disease

DVIDS – News – Autism speaks: Marine dad listens, helps piece together puzzle

FuturePundit: Oral Bacteria Harm Joints And Blood Vessels

The Journal of Joe The Peacock. Yay.: “That’s Why You Don’t Have Any Friends.”

The State of Health-Care Spending In 3 Terrifying Charts – Brian Fung – Health – The Atlantic

Diabetes Warrior

Stand Up for Fitness – NYTimes.com

Conservatives ♥ Big Government Too – Hit & Run : Reason.com

FuturePundit: More Coronary Artery Calcification With City Living

Welcome to Bonnie Bernstein.com

Grow Your Own Organs | This Could Be Big – Yahoo! News

Woman Jailed For Trying To Fill A Prescription « CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

BBC News – Range of brain diseases could be treated by single drug

Veteran’s Disability Compensation; Ready for a Second Opinion?

Why Nurses Need More Authority – John W. Rowe – Health – The Atlantic

Love Your Mama | The Rugged

Inspiratie nodig? (Nick Vujicic) – YouTube

PJ Lifestyle » “New diagnoses in psychiatry can be far more dangerous than new drugs.”

War Medicine Leads to Remarkable Breakthroughs | AFCEA SIGNAL Scape

Amazon.com: Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health (9781609611545): William Davis: Books

A Shot in the Arm for Adult Vaccination | RAND

Home HIV Test about Putting Patients in Charge of Health | Via Meadia

One Shot, One Kill | Carl Prine

 

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Pay THEM back for all they have done to you and more – Babylon.

Iraq, I had a truck with you. But instead of grasping message, all of the idiots took the “wronged” path. Wrong path to take.

There is an enterprise of in-equitious nature I address constantly. In so doing, it may sound as an insult. It is not meant to be, I use slang for that.

“Only about 700 A.D., when the rulers of a now-vast Arabian empire felt the need for a unifying political theology, did they cobble together the Islamic religion. The key figure in this enterprise appears to have been the brutal governor of Iraq, Hajjaj ibn Yusuf. No wonder, writes Spencer, that Islam is “such a profoundly political religion” with uniquely prominent martial and imperial qualities. No wonder it conflicts with modern mores.”

There are two different characters in the book that has been cobbled together.

Doctrine is a bitch.

Filed under: Analysis, Heads Up, Viewing

Watching:

Meth as the new drug of cartel and Iran as a benifactor
Indonesia crackdown
Lebanon is getting spillover from every faction. Israel holds the line
Iran starves her people
Mexico wants to allow US to intervene more in drug interdiction – (Poor request under current DOJ but the spirit is there so may we help our next door neighbor for real, please)
Ingusheitia wants Russia to depose their new leader and
Russia fired up a rocket with people in it including a US Citizen.
The SEC does not know what to watch and JPM is there but prez has money in THAT bank.
Holder is still more of a worthless piece of shit than last week
You may vacuum cats now
NATO exclude Israel? HOW?
Pakistan alligience (Spy Train)
Iran spills into syria spills into lebanon to wreak whatever. Assholes.
Iran mullahs still suck ass #7Dwarfs
Greece is nothing as a bank run starts and the EU acts like it’s just normal everyday business.
Americans talk about shitgermanssay more than Germans would say now -a – day.
Chick – – A – Filet is more than an hour away
Azeries are testy with Iran as Russia tries to re-instate Cacus interest by handing out passports to Kremlin Heaven and Ukraine port snickers bars (But no one will have a baby in that shit still) Truth and consequence New Russia
Putin and MED doe se doe.
“Ollande cries death to austerity, God dis-agrees. Sends his bi-focal back to Paris before he talks to the only adult in Europe, Merkel.
Belarus remains a black splot in the middle of all of europe. Shame on you Russia.
China credit stops (As do ships and other major expensive shit when trade is under treat from fucking government)
Syria is waxing around the same amount of people daily. Police states are hard to over-throw, but if you screw with Israel, Russia, Itsa all ON.
Rapture of LCS and F-35 and F-22 programs.
Flag Officer folly
and so much more.
do your own homework

 

Filed under: Analysis, Viewing

#watching

This stupid “Shining path” in Peru. Again.

Russia’s movement of troops into Abkhazia.

Turkey acting as fulcrum – requests NATO help on the border with Syria. Russia stands down.

No Budget four years in a ROW from the Democrat Senate.

The lack of Professionalism in all sectors: Secret Service, Executive Office, Senate, DOJ, GSA, State Department, SEC, FDIC, and Treasury Department. WAFGR

China power squabbles, PRC making calls, BO locked up, Internet blocking, saber rattling with ocean muscle, and their gracious re-valuation of the YAN.

Iraqi PM Resurrecting stupid.

The stirring up of racial (and tribal) issues in Kazakhstan

The French again voting for another populist crypto-fascist socialist.. again.

Bashir vowing to invade The Republic of South Sudan. No CPA here. That man is a menace.

Russian shipments of arms to Syria via German shipping firms.

The CIA wants to drone people in Yemen with absolutely no HUMNIT

The FBI again kicking ass – saving Rajiv Ghandi

 

 

Filed under: Viewing

So what we got at the beginning of April is this insane clown show trash place.

There is still a small black hole in Europe called Belarus. Election and stuff (Soviet puppets and the likes)

NKOR’s rocket. blah.

The Coup non-coup coup non-coup in Mali – still losing it to islamists

Rhodesia may get a new leader.

Bombings in Thailand

Russians building military presence on Iran’s western border

This Joke of thinking Bashir is gonna stop (Suckers)

All of these leaks about Israel’s Prowess.

Rockets taking off from Egypt? The same pipeline bombed 14 times since 2011.

SOPA won’t die. It’s nasty.

 

And for memories sake –

Daily WTF

Daily WTF


								

Filed under: Viewing

Things being watched this week:

Following Russia in Dagistan and Ingushetia. Hackers that are trying to be good patriots but are really messing up the security folk with interference. The lulz idiots.
Sanctions against Iran’s IRGC. Water and the middle east (water wars)
This made up race war in Sanford FL (See Pogrom) No sense at all
This corrupt DOJ
SCOTUS and the obama care decision
Military benifits
POTUS laying into Israel over Iran
Iran counterfieting US Dollars
Organ black market
Boko Haram Nigeria
NORK rocket
Political upheaval in China (BO)
It’s all on twitter. Too much to write.

 

Filed under: Viewing

Signs of the times (in a good way) #current

There is some chatter that is reminiscent of Rome . The inevitible empire – Stratfor

There is some graphical detail surrounding SOPA and why Hollywood sucks. Many answers are pooling in.

Some spice as Kahneh.

A cover letter from someone I thought was me.

Reserves are ramping up.

SCOTUS wins a rung for Religious Liberty

Teen risk and learning (and/or)

Arab corruption

Corporate tax

Not all Islams are equal

The real handling of the middle east

Overcriminalization – As Federal Crime List Grows, Threshold of Guilt
Declines

Lack of innovation

We are sinking under obama’s policies

FBI to launch nationwide facial recognition service

For guys fun – Simple Pickup

True marxist rejection of Civil rights leader John Lewis. (VID)

The only #occupywallstreet protester that has a clue:

Is Islamic law to blame?

THEY Make OWS violent

Filed under: Leisure, Punch List, Viewing

What I want to see the next US President accomplish. A Chit List. #potus #tcot #gop What we have now is UN-ACCEPTABLE

I would like the Ryan plan approved
Sarbanes Oxley repealed
Obamacare repealed
Dodd Frank repealed
Food Safety Modernization Act repealed
Spending freeze on all levels and take all federal public service pay levels for new hires down to the Military pay scale
Appointment of originalist Justices and a purge of activist Judges
Hold a tight grip on containment of Iran and keep a stiff check on Russian influence
Mending of ties with Allies we have lost during the past three years.
A cap of 17% debt to GDP ratio for all of Federal Government spending. I would like inflation removed from our GDP accounting to reflect currency loss.
I want all government agencies to be re-looked and some elimated outright.
I want you to have a plan to seriously curb the fourth branch of government – non-elected officials including the EPA
Put a check on the regulatory overburdon that is suffocating our business and industry
We need major tax reform (Fair Tax PR-25)
Secure the border – then decide what to do with current Illegal occupants.
Focus on Latin America and it’s increasing Islamic activity as it will become the premier threat facing America in the near future.
Something must be done about the Diebold voting machine mess – paper ballots
We need charter schools
purge the Justice Department
Cafe standards removed or rolled back.

01/01/12 – Repeal the NDAA.

The way un-employment rate is set is a dastardly way of accounting. Un-employment is not going down, those people are just dropping off the rolls. This measurement is useless and must also subtract dropped from the rolls against the current rate.

Filed under: Leadership, systems, Update, Viewing

This is for the 1% #tcot #professionals and All in the TRUE struggle.

Sometimes, I see people take enjoyment in things that please me greatly.
Leadership is a qualitative feature and I enjoy greatly it’s application when done
correctly. This is an example of apparent quality.

I have taken note of a non-traditional example through a movie and an
additional furtherance of it’s plot to bring something that was pleasing to the
forefront when they were good ideas.

In the movie, a dry and un-interesting make up of the song was presented with steady graduation three times.

And then I saw him do it again. He took the same thing and made it world class by
confidence, planning, changing, and showing what is behind the puppet. Ergo, he made a
creshendo.

It is niche, and if you do it well enough, you may just make someones day and money to
boot. This is how people are sucessful in America. They become the best in what they do.
And endearing interaction with the audience and the crew shows acknowledgement and thankfulness for what they do And the voice is good!

It’s a corny video. It was also so very well professionally done.
What I saw were some people that were having the time of their lives doing something they spent their heart into making. Is see this kind of quality in many people, places, and things. It is Passion.

It’s hard out there, Man.
People are all still getting up and dealing with it though.

Uriael really came through for me tonight.

Filed under: Goodness, Leisure, Viewing

April #punchlist -The art of having too many balls in the air.

Russia is waging an air war in Ingushetia

Al-Shabaab has spread the war beyond Somalia’s border into Kenya.

Gabon’s internal strife continues.

Venezuela and Hezbollah, a match made in hell.

Corte De Ivore‘s election mess

Waziristan and the Taliban

Japan disaster assistance and nuclear issue.

Islamist movement north India as the caste system breaks down

baby doc returns to Haiti.

Mexico turmolt

Albania unrest

Al-Qaeda in Niger threats to Uranium mines.

Irans ring of fire. Also Wackiness in the Mahdi’s name video.

Nile river restrictions fight from Ethiopia to Sudan to Egypt.

Iraq drawdown, Afghanistan war,

The Libyan no-fly zone, and the Darfur encroachment.

It’s an incomplete list to say the least.

Filed under: Punch List, Viewing

Photos of trauma in Japan

ABC put together a surprising collection.

Japan is strong. Shall pull through.

Live feeds:  NHK and  BBC

Tracking events: Arms control wonk.

3/19 Decent photo-journalism from Daily Mail.

Filed under: Update, Viewing

The disintegration of the power structures in the Middle East

Tunisia, Lebanon, Egypt, Yemen, Somaliland, Morocco, Jordan, Lybia, Bahrain, Kurdistan, and a few more governments looking over their shoulder. With exception to Lebanon, most of the protesters were organized flash mob style.

In Lebanon, Hezbollah forced the government to collapse by walking out of Parliament and then took over the Prime Minister slot that used to always be a Sunni position. So… that Gentleman’s agreement has failed to hold. Needless to say, it is looking like Iran2.0 there and hezbollah are highly armed. Ergo, Israel considers all of Lebanon now a terrorist state (US state department too) – thus goes USAID and all the losers are north of the blue line. Israel is concentrating on force protection. They are digging in real well.

Tunisia is far from being a third world country. They are educated and more Europeon than anything. Yet there may be implications for the other nations concerning Islam. Moreover, an implication that the priority is ousting the sitting political order with no emphasis in what replaces it. Power vacuums tend not to traditionally end well, but if it does, kudos!

Egypt has been building up feelings of resentment for quite a long time.

Their President for Life has been slow go or no go in reform and economical matters. And there also portends thuggery as well as corruption. After all, We Are All Khaled Said now.

Yemen is kind of a normal place to see protests. They are facing a literal Apocalypse, but  again, they always were. They don’t trust their leadership. The same as in Egypt.

Somaliland has always wanted to be separate from Somalia. Who could blame them? It has been a less insane part of Somalia. 3/1/10 (3 wars update)

Jordan has had some protest. King Abdullah followed Algeria’s lead calling for reform, cheaper food, etc,etc. IMRA points to related facts on this dialogue.

Libya hears grumblings as well. Gaddfi grumbled against it all. Wikileaks hurt a-lot of people.

Sometimes the Islamic groups are viewed as not corrupt and a means to end the current corrupt rule (Which was overthrown for corruption last time)

But one thing that will make or break the difference in outcomes is Food. Food Prices, Fuel prices, basic services.

One thing barely covered was the vote in South Sudan. It was a successful divide and also may have influenced events. Keep our eyes open on Abei. See how that meshes out.

In any case, I pray these countries find decent leadership. It truly is time to separate wheat from the chaff.

Pulse…

Better understanding than this in some ways.

Get these guys proxy software so they may talk to eachother. Get that ball rolling. I heard questions about it today and wondered why they had not gotten the word on how to get past a firewall. Or make an internet.

Do not forget that Iran is now jailing and executing their opposition since the rest of the world “is not watching”.

1/28  Albania is starting to become restless.

2/9  Pakistan looses it’s Parliament

2/9  Jordan has the usual suspects waiting in the wings to spread Mayhem.

2/11 – Yemen is starting to get heated.

2/12 Gabon tries their hand.

2/13 Iran is starting to kick off

2/14 Baharain gets some help from house of Saud.

2/17 Libya’s kickoff

Bahrain #feb14, Libya #feb17, Algeria #feb19, Morocco #feb20, Cameroon #feb23, Kuwait #Mar8

3/21 Yemen is now very hot. Syria is intense but not yet there. Jordan, Morocco look solid but watch it.

3/24 Syria has probably not seen this much discontent ever. You know, an Al-Assad also ruled Asyria 2000 years ago.

4/27 Syria – Soldiers in the military are defecting, the security apparatus is becoming more distant from the political wing.

05/18 – Somaliland becoming state sponsors of terrs.

05/22 – Albania has pesky socialists making trouble

05/27 – What the power vacuum in Egypt is becoming, … and it’s Evil as Hell.

05/28 – Yemen on the brink. Beware.

05/29 – Egypt has another presidential “hopeful”.

05/30 – Syria – the siege of Dera’a and a little boy caught in the middle.

06/01 – Bashir is trying to take Abyei

06/06 – CNAS Conference from 06/02. Very good viewing.

06/08 – Syria is coming down to the wire as the ruling class starts to flee Damascus.

06/09 – Syria – Divisions in the Syrian forces.

06/10 – Egypt: The salifist are climbing out from under the rocks.

06/11 – Egypt: Enlightenment on the Salifist.  and the moslem brotherhood’s economic  plan.

06/13 – Intelligence is losing ground in the Middle East. Not good

06/20 – Baby Assad gives a speech at a time where Syrians  stream across the Turkish border Syrian army in pursuit- Turkey rejects.

06/28/11 – Somalia lawmakers elect a Harvard Educated Prime Minister.

06/29/11 -Turkey wants to invade Syria. And life inside a Syrian prison.  Us works the web of regime change,  Assad will not make it.

06/30/11 – Egypt has a new “moderate” candidate.

07/01/11 – Morocco votes on a Constitutional referendum.

07/04/11 –  Syria Military separation may be developing fast. The worry is if Assad falls, the Allawites get wiped out. If not, the Sunni continue to take fire.

07/08/11 – SWJ Challenges ahead in the Middle East.

07/09/11 – South Sudan is now a separate state. The UN is sending in “peacekeepers” but there is a buildup up north

Sudan: Photos of the New Country. (beware the always un-professional pop-up with sound ads but then you can see the photos stuff)

07/14/11 – The Kurds want their autonomy as promised by the UN – yet undelivered. With the disintegration of Syria, and contentions on the Turkish border as well as parts of Iran, this may become a big deal.

07/15/11 – The Kurds want their autonomy as promised by the UN – yet undelivered. With the disintegration of Syria, and contentions on the Turkish border as well as parts of Iran, this may become a big deal. Turkey will be edging to war against the PKK and expulsion of Kurds may be seen from outlying areas in the border region. Turkey will not turn down this chance to expel Kurds from “Turkish” territory as the as the opportunity has presented itself.  I love the Kurds.

Iran has internal strife as they try to garner more influence in their immediate vicinity.

07/27/11 – An NSN update

07/28/11 – Egypt: Could this Woman be the next President?  I wish.

07/30/11 – Turkey: Military top brass resigns en-masse.  From FP Mag.

07/30/11 – Syria: Earlier in this week I saw a story that Syrian Military Generals were defecting and later that week I heard a report that that story was indeed false. Apparently on the 29th, the Syrian Military went out posing as opposition to Assad and once people joined them, they were shot. High caliber weapons were used and  it is not over yet.

Lebanon or Syria?

08/17/11 – Food prices and political instability (PDF)

08/18/11 – Hezbollah hints that they will war with Israel once the US pulls out of Iraq Hence leading to my theory earlier this year.

08/29/11 – Gaddafi flees, his family in Algeria, Syrian demonstrations intensify. Big storm leaves US. Iran turmolt continues.

09/16/11 – The Secularist-Islamist Struggle in Libya Begins. And, a short history of the Arab world and it’s corruption.

09/18/11 – Turkey: Erdogan – going crazy is logical.

09/20/11 – Some harsh reviews of Mr President over the handling of the middle east as well as a fast paced run down.

09/29/11 – Pakistan as willingness party? You don’t say. But be easy, you backed greater monsters for less. Having a handle is better than nothing.

10/14/11 – Just a short update on the landscape:

Egyptian Copts are facing great pressure from the populace and the military tends to not protect them. More than 100,000 have fled. It looks as if the “revolution” has led the country to a military coup. Seemed logical from the start.

Turkey is still acting huffy over the Israeli detention of the flotilla and is also facing some stiff resistance from the Kurds with the PKK. Turkey is also an influential partner in the US led sanctions against Iran so diplomatic ties are operating in constant.

In Libya, Sirte is still under siege but some progress by the TNR.

In Lebanon, it seems Hezbollah’s grasp has been weakened as Syria undergoes it’s own turmolt.

In Yemen, Saleh has returned and stated he plans to step down – than immediately started re-consolidating power.

Still nothing of Tunesia.

Jordan’s King actually made steps to reform and the country maintains stability.

Somalia is still Somalia.

Iran failed to launch Ahmadinejad into space.

10/18/11 – It is a good thing that Iraq was taken down as Turkey naturally fills the role. It is still looking for identity.

10/31/11 – A Syrian civil war.

11/14/11 – Who’s who in the Syrian rebellion.

11/17/11 – Wahabbist vs Sunni in Syria.

Filed under: Analysis, House of turmolt, Update, Viewing

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