According to Natural News, an
university has become the subject of much ridicule after the school's new
technology director decided to implement a restrictive policy that prohibits
students from accessing pornography, social media and the popular propaganda
website Wikipedia. Betabeat reports that Northern Illinois University
(NIU) considers these and other sites to contain "unethical,"
"obscene" and even "illegal" content that will not be
A discussion erupted on Reddit after a student from the school posted about a message he received when trying to access the Westboro Baptist Church entry page on Wikipedia, all while on the NIU student network. A screenshot he posted of a "Web Page Access Warning" explains that the Wikipedia entry is considered "Illegal or Unethical," and suggests that accessing it could constitute a "security risk and/or violation" of NIU's "Acceptable Use Policy."
"This kind of policy comes out of the blue. I feel that if someone doesn't speak out about it at the start, it might be here to stay. I hope they can understand how restrictive it is to students," he wrote on Reddit.
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Following the release of a new study strongly correlating vitamin D deficiency with Parkinson's disease, the mainstream media has once again distorted the findings of the study on vitamin D. The study was conducted by
the same university that has just had $9.3 million in NIH grants
frozen because of undisclosed ties between its researchers and the drug
companies. Thus, from the start, we already know that Emory
researchers are working for Big Pharma and likely have a financial
stake in promoting pharmaceuticals or discrediting natural alternatives. Emory
The study, which was published in Archives of Neurology -- examined 300 people: 100 with Parkinson's, 100 with Alzheimer's and another 100 they called "healthy" (which, by modern medicine standards, could have been seriously diseased but not yet diagnosed with disease). The study found that 90% of the healthy people had sufficient vitamin D levels in their blood. In the Alzheimer's group, the number was lower: 84%. And in the Parkinson's group, it was lower still: 77%.
Natural News has acquired a letter from William Thompson to former CDC head Dr. Julie Gerberding, dated February 2, 2004. The date of this letter is important because a pivotal
(IoM) meeting on
vaccine safety took place just one week later on February 9. Institute
In this letter, William Thompson says he will be "presenting the summary of our results from the Metropolitan Atlanta Autism Case-Control Study," and he laments that the data will show that MMR vaccines cause an increased risk of autism in young African American babies. He explains, "I will have to present several problematic results relating to statistical associations between the receipt of MMR vaccine and autism."
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