The Red Pill 2051_7/16/11

This is my last podcast from Seattle. It’s a bittersweet departure, but it’s time for me to leave the emerald city behind and start a new life. I’m going to take a few weeks to relax and recharge. Take care and we’ll be back soon.

(Big thanks to listener, Justin for the beautiful new logo!)

How surveillance changes your behavior

Cisco said to aid China with surveillance project

A shot in the back, or how stupidly people trust medical professionals

How DNA evidence can be faked

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The Red Pill 2051_7/6/11

Most people have become comfortable with the idea of genetic engineering. We really don’t have a choice, when one thinks about it. Corporations around the globe have been dumping hazardous chemicals into our water supplies for decades, and usually secretly unless they were caught in the act. Phthalates are used in cosmetics and plastics along with bisphenol A. Now, all of a sudden, we are being clued in about the physical effects of these toxins and how they can alter sexual orientation in the womb. It seems too little too late to me, but maybe I’m just crazy. I harbor no ill will towards the homosexual community, rather I have a profound sense of sadness that certain people with certain gene profiles never had a chance. As the rest of nature is being genetically engineered, it’s safe to assume we are as well.

11-year old girl denied ambulance in Sweden

Organs of people killed by euthanasia being harvested for organ transplants in Belgium

Eat a bowl of chips-For Big Brother

Baby, you were born this way

Environmental causes of homosexuality

TEDX-The Endocrine Disruption Exchange

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