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Issue 429 In This Issue May 16th, 2015

Editors Corner

Greetings,
I'm sure you know by now that California has an extreme drought, but did you know that some people in California are resorting to having their lawns spray painted green? Click here

Speaking of drought, did you know that parts of Washington State are now also under emergency drought conditions, and this is expected to get worst this summer to where it will impact food production. Click here

On the subject of food, consuming some foods can be quite rewarding and dark chocolate is one of those wonderful foods. Were you aware that consuming dark chocolate increases attention, alertness, and improves blood flow? Click here

That's it from me for this week. Enjoy this newsletter, and have a wonderful week.

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Health Watch

Drug-resistant 'super typhoid' now spreading globally
A multi-antibiotic-resistant strain of deadly typhoid fever has spread from Asia to Africa, where it might have reached epidemic proportions, warned an international research team in a study published in the journal Nature Genetics on May 11. The 74 researchers from nearly two dozen countries, who performed one of the most comprehensive genetic analyses ever conducted on a human infectious agent, concluded that a strain of Salmonella Typhi known as H58 poses an "ever-increasing public health threat." "H58 is displacing other typhoid strains, completely transforming the genetic architecture of the disease and creating a previously underappreciated and on-going epidemic," the researchers said in a statement.

Nearly half of samples resistant to multiple drugs
People contract typhoid fever through food or beverages contaminated with urine or fecal matter from infected people, some of whom may be asymptomatic carriers. The disease's symptoms are vague, including fever, chills, headaches, and constipation, which can make diagnosis difficult. When left untreated, it leads to death in about 20 percent of cases.

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Dark chocolate increases attention and alertness while improving blood flow
There is some good news for the chocolate lovers out there: a new study carried out by researchers from Northern Arizona University reveals that the intake of dark chocolate with at least 60 percent cacao could be the key to improving attention and alertness and get you through the afternoon slump. "Chocolate is indeed a stimulant and it activates the brain in a really special way," said Dr. Larry Stevens, a professor of psychological sciences at Northern Arizona University. "It can increase brain characteristics of attention, and it also significantly affects blood pressure levels." The study was published in the journal NeuroRegulation and sponsored by American chocolate manufacturer the Hershey Company. The study is actually the first of its kind to investigate the influence that chocolate has on brain activity and attention using the electroencephalography (EEG) technique. With EEG, it is possible to take images of the brain's activity while performing cognitive tasks. For the study, Stevens and his team recruited 122 volunteers aged between 18 and 25. They were all given one of the following options: chocolate with high cacao content (60 percent), chocolate with low cacao content (0 percent), high cacao chocolate with added L-theanine (the amino acid found in green tea), high-sugar water, low-sugar water, or just plain water.

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Food Watch

It’s time to panic. Olives are in big trouble
It’s a hard time to be an olive. After a rash of terrible weather in 2014 and an actual plague of fruit flies, the latest blight to hit the iconic, enigmatic fruit is an actual blight. From the New York Times:
“It is devastating,” said Enzo Manni, the director of ACLI-Racale, an olive cooperative in the heart of the outbreak area. “It is apocalyptic. I compare it to an earthquake.” Today, scientists estimate that one million olive trees in the peninsula, known as the Salento, are infected with the bacterium, Xylella fastidiosa, a figure that could rise rapidly.
The bacterium is an invasive species that has already taken down citrus trees in Brazil and vineyards in California. The omnivorous pest is now eating its way through the olive-rich “heel” of Italy, which means the rest of us will have a harder time doing so. Olives, like California’s much maligned almond trees, are slow-growing, which means they are an expensive investment up front.
In southern Salento, growers are alarmed but determined to learn how to adapt to the presence of the bacterium.

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RSE Newsletter

One Of The World’s Most Important Scientists: ‘Most Cancer Research Is Largely A Fraud’”:
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Press Release: #Ramtha 101 and 201 Classes Start in June, Live Courses in Washington Only:
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RAMTHA LIVE FROM SOUTH KOREA! Join us online for Ramtha's Closing Teaching from the South Korean Big Event.
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“Mysterious Lights Spotted South of Downtown San Diego” added to #Ramtha on these sightings (scroll April 30, 2015):
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Orchestral Musicians communicate with whales – Ramtha on humanity’s relationship to whales and dolphins:
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Checkout FB post of #JZ (scroll to bottom for Malaysia video) 
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A Message from JZ – “It’s Coming”
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"Light -- not pain-killing drugs -- used to activate brain's opioid receptors" added to #Ramtha (under Apr. 29, 2015)
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“Tesla expands from electric cars into home, business batteries" added to #Ramtha teachings on sovereignty:
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Ramtha: “This life is a conquest, a conquest of oneself”:
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May 29th, 5pm to 8pm: Spring Art Festival at The Phoenix Rising School
This is to show off the children's work with little art exhibits and kids' demonstrations. The event will also be an Open House to show off our wonderful school and to invite more families to enroll their children. There will be food, drinks, music, activities, a raffle, and more. We already have several people signed up as vendors to sell their goods and services, if you know others please have them get in touch with Nazila or Jan at 360 446 1500. Click here for more

In The News

Water-less Washington: State declares drought emergency
Washington Governor Jay Inslee declared a statewide drought emergency, citing historic low levels of snow, shrinking rivers and water restrictions to farmers already in place. Authorities are expecting a $1.2 billion crop loss this year. “We have some tough, challenging months ahead of us,” Inslee said in a statement. “We’re ready to bring support and relief to the hardest hit areas of the state. We’re going to do everything we can to get through this.” According to the governor’s office, irrigation districts in the Yakima Basin, the state’s most productive farming region, have resorted to rationing in order to extend water supplies. In the Walla Walla region, the authorities are shifting water “from creek to creek” and even hauling the fish upstream to cooler water, in an effort to preserve the steelhead, Chinook and bull trout populations. Last month, the US Geological Survey found that 78 percent of streams around Washington were running below normal and some were at record lows. The worst drought in a decade has the state’s Department of Natural Resources expecting an increase in wildfires as well. “This drought is unlike any we've ever experienced,” said Washington Department of Ecology Director Maia Bellon. “Rain amounts have been normal but snow has been scarce. And we’re watching what little snow we have quickly disappear.”

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California's green living delusion collapses as residents start spray painting their lawns green
California's green living delusion is collapsing by the day. As the drought worsens, and lawns everywhere have turned to crispy brown dead zones, desperate residents are hiring companies to spray paint their lawns green. As the Daily Mail reports: As California is mired by its fourth year of drought, one industry has sprouted up from the seemingly endless dry spell. In an effort to brighten up dry and unsightly lawns, some landscapers have been offering the innovative solution of painting lawns green. LawnLift... is now a leading provider of lawn paint for homeowners, hoteliers, wedding planners and others who want to change the look of their drought-stricken grass.

Just what we need: More chemicals in the shrinking water supply
With lawns now being spray painted green, California cements its newfound role as the capital of delusional green living where the "green" comes from spray paint laced with chemical pigments. If it ever does rain again in California, all that fake green will be washed right down the drain, further contaminating the dwindling water supply with yet more chemicals... on top of all the chemotherapy drugs, antidepressants, painkillers and cocaine already found in California's water supply thanks to the mass over-medication of the population.

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Water Watch

Wal-Mart Is Using California Water for Water Bottles That Shouldn’t Exist
A local CBS affiliate’s report found that Wal-Mart is sourcing its bottled water from the Sacramento Municipal Water Supply in California. CBS13 called the water district and was told that a media specialist would call them back, not in the next day or two, but the next week. This is quickly escalating into a public relations nightmare as new water regulations for California once again put the responsibility of saving water on the shoulders of residents while allowing big business to ravage the supply.
PR expert Doug Elmets spoke to CBS13: “It’s certainly leaving a bad taste in everyone’s mouth when you can’t fill up a swimming pool if you’re building a new home in West Sacramento; you can’t water your lawn if you’re living in this region. And to find out they’re making a huge profit off of this, it’s just not right.”
Elmets called the company’s California sourcing a likely-unintentional “bad move” that needed to be “quickly” rectified. Unfortunately, Wal-Mart doesn’t seem to be heeding Elmets’ advice. The company’s boilerplate statement is underwhelming, to say the very least: “We have and continue to work with our suppliers to act responsibly while meeting the needs of customers who count on us across California.”

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On The Lighter Side

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

May 16th @ 7pm: Yelm Orchestra and Chorus - Rites of Spring
Songs of Americana and classical. $8 per family of 2 or more. $5 single so grab a friend and treat them out to this event at 8pm. Support live music and it supports you! Great healing is done with the frequency of live music!

May 17th @ 6pm: Replay of George Noory Panel at recent conference shown live 2 weeks ago
Many top speakers in the country including Dave Wilcock and Laura Eisenhower. $8

May 19th @ 7pm: Current News Updates from Alternative Media investigator, Scott Mowry
$10

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Spring Art Festival at The Phoenix Rising School to show off the children's work with little art exhibits and kids' demonstrations. The event will also be an Open House to show off our wonderful school and to invite more families to enroll their children.

The date for this is Friday, May 29th, 5:00 to 8:00 PM. There will be food, drinks, music, activities, a raffle, and more. We already have several people signed up as vendors to sell their goods and services, if you know others please have them get in touch with Nazila or Jan at 360 446 1500.

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